The past is long past.
My parents were obsessive about vintage cars.
I grew up in a suburban town and, like so many of my generation, had to constantly check my car for new tags, and I would often take a second look when I saw them.
But my parents didn’t just want to keep up with the times.
They wanted to preserve them for the future.
“It was the most exciting time in our lives,” recalls Mya.
“We were going through this big transition when I was 13.
It was a new era of the 20th century, and it was just so exciting to go to museums.
I was excited to go see the dinosaurs.
I wanted to see the future.”
Mya was a huge fan of classic cars.
She had a collection of her own, too.
Her dad was a retired auto mechanic who owned a car dealership.
She also had a couple of antique cars, including a car he sold to her when she was a kid.
Mya’s parents were also into cars, especially the Rolls Royce Phantom.
I had a very similar love of the British automaker.
So, when Mya asked my parents if they wanted to buy me a Rolls Royces, I was ecstatic.
It seemed like the perfect thing.
My mom was a big fan of the Rolls, too, and was obsessed with the styling.
“I think they are beautiful,” she told me in the backseat.
“They have a very modern look to them.
I think the Rolls are beautiful because they are the future of the car industry.”
The Rolls-Royce was the first of a series of cars Mya and I grew to love.
I would go to the local auto show and buy a car for her.
The Rolls were not just beautiful.
They were sleek, fast, and they had a fantastic driving experience.
My dad was excited, too — he loved his cars.
He loved driving the Rolls.
He even had a Rolls in his garage.
My mother had a car collection of about 50 cars, and she wanted to keep it all in her home.
She knew that her parents were a huge collectors of classic car art, and so she kept all of the original artwork, too!
Mya bought me a new Rolls RoyCE with a very different interior.
My car is one of the few that she will always own.
It has the same leather interior as her dad’s, but it has been given a different paint job.
My Dad has also given it a new, unique paint job and is painting a brand new interior with gold accents.
It’s a rare example of how my parents are keeping their car art alive for the next generation.
“My mom is really passionate about cars and it’s a passion for her that she’s keeping alive,” says Mya, who grew up around a Rolls-like car collection.
“She keeps it all here.”
My car will always be Mya-only.
Myas car is also an important part of her life.
My moms collection is just as impressive as the original car, with more than 500 pieces, including the famous Rolls-built Rolls Roye.
“The Rolls-Roxanne is one car that I’ve always wanted to own, but now I can finally have my dream car,” Mya tells me.
I can also finally have Mya drive her Rolls-inspired Rolls Royee.
My new car is just one piece in Myas car collection, which has grown to more than 100 cars, from the original Rolls to the newer Rolls-based Rolls-era model.
Her collection of cars is a testament to her passion for the car and her devotion to preserving the history of her family’s favorite vehicle.
My family has a unique passion for classic cars, but they also have a unique love for the Rolls-designed Rolls-powered car.
The story behind the photo that got me hooked on vintage cars is pretty awesome.
In 1997, Mya met a photographer who shared her interest in cars and wanted to do a photo shoot.
“He was a really cool guy,” Myas mother, Myalen, says.
“And he told me about the Rolls model he had.
He was really excited to do it.”
Myalens parents started planning a shoot for the photo shoot, and the photographer asked them to take a few photos.
Myalenos parents got the shot they wanted.
“So, we took a few pictures,” Myalena says.
Her parents were in love with the Rolls and they wanted their daughter to have a Rolls.
Myass was thrilled.
“That was a dream come true,” Myass says.
I loved the car.
My own Rolls-themed Rolls was just a drop in the bucket.
I still have it today.
I am not a Rolls fanatic, but I have a collection.
It is the perfect car for a young girl.
I have more than 50 cars on my family’s property.
It would be fun to own a