The video ad is titled “Holiday Ride,” and opens with a rural scene and a little acoustic guitar for the soundtrack. We see a man walking out to place a wreath on the doors of a barn, a Chevy Silverado 2500HD in the background. When the man opens the bar doors, we see a 1966 Chevy Impala parked.
The droptop Chevy looks like its seen better days, with flat tires, cobwebs, and a thick layer of dust covering the panels. As the man sits in the Chevy Impala, we see him lift up a photo of a young woman, presumably his wife. The man holds back his tears, overcome with emotion.
We later see the man’s daughter arrive in her Chevy Blazer crossover, watching her dad as he closes the barn doors. It looks like she gets an idea, and later heads into town to recruit some of the local mechanics for a little “night work” restoring the old Chevy Impala.
After grabbing the Chevy Impala out of the barn, we see the restoration process in action, sanding down the body and applying new paint, swapping out the wheels, and overhauling the engine.
The video ends with a reveal for the dad as he sees the classic Chevy Impala again in the barn, polished and once again like new. It’s a pretty emotional ad, and for those readers that need an uplifting holiday message, this ad could be the perfect thing.
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