ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) - An Ann Arbor soldier back home from Afghanistan has some hot new wheels to drive around town.
The parents of Private First Class Aaron Delarosa greeted him at the airport last night with the Dodge Challenger decked out in flags.
The 19-year-old talked about wanting the car while he was overseas, so his dad went searching to make the dream come true.
Aaron is on leave now, but when it's time to go back to base - the Challenger is going with him.
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