During the auction, the attendees were informed about the Keryluke family’s heartbreaking circumstances. To the Kerylukes’ astonishment, individuals in the audience began bidding on the car, ultimately choosing to return it to the family.

The atmosphere was charged with excitement as everyone present eagerly joined in to support the family. The auction concluded in just around ten minutes, with Rod McWilliams from Red Deer Motors winning the first round, followed by Danny Fayad from Edmonton and, finally, Bob Bevins from Bulldog Metals emerging as the winner of the final round.

On September 8th, a remarkable total of $100,000 was raised for the family. Additionally, the Kerylukes received over $80,000 in donations through their GoFundMe page. In an interview with the Red Deer Advocate, Ben Keryluke expressed that the car held immense sentimental value for the family.

“When their father acquired this car, it looked very much like it does today, but he painstakingly rebuilt the engine and transmission. He invested a lot of effort into it. Arielle and Liam spent countless hours in the garage with their father, and they also spent a lot of time in the backseat, reading books and playing while he worked on the car,” he shared.

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