For many, the obsession with cars started shortly after leaving the womb, which makes the owners and dealers of exotic hardware particularly suited to provide families facing bone-chilling diagnoses with some much-needed levity.

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As we can see in this video, it's always fantastic to see them step up.

Park Place Motors in Dallas, Texas recently partnered with the Make-A-Wish foundation to host  a seven-year old car nut and leukemia patient Michael, providing him with the opportunity to get up close and personal with a McLaren 650S and Bentley Continental GT. 

And while Michael—who's familiar with all the latest supercars via video games— was obviously thrilled to sit in the driver's seat of those exotics, the dealership went above and beyond by arranging for factory driver Butch Leitzinger to take him for a spin in his dream car—a Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.

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Check out the video to see a little boy and his family get a dose of high-octane sunshine. 


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