Ok, this one is for an investment company.
It opens with an older man telling his wife that he just found his dream car. He's holding a newspaper with some kind of sporty/classic car pictured for sale.
Cut to the older couple sitting around the table with their grown-ass son, who tells them that he just got his dream job across the country, and that "she'll [meaning his daughter/their granddaughter] have to stay with you to finish the school year."
Quick cut to grandpa talking to his financial advisor, then a little bit showing the granddaughter living with them.
Finally, the ad wraps with grandpa walking her outside, where he shows her a sensible car, then hands her the keys.
"But grandpa, what about your dream car?"
"Oh, honey, this is my dream."
Besides the sappiness, I really hated the, "Oh well, she's living with you now, old man" attitude, like the older couple didn't even have a choice, and on top of that, the indication that they had to foot the bill for her care!
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