This car was a gift from a father to his daughter. And he wished to teach her a lesson.
The life lessons parents teach their children are essential to their success in the future. While some parents prefer to assign their children tasks, others prefer to provide direction.
Another instance of this is a father who decided to give his daughter an old, used car as a gift. He had even thought to send her to find out how much the car was worth.
The father of a student told his daughter, “You finished with honors, so here’s a car I bought back then.” Take it to the center’s used parking lot, act as like you were about to sell it, and see how much the car is worth, he said.
The daughter came back from the used parking lot to her father and said, “They gave me $1,000 because it looked so worn.”
The father said, “Pawn her.”
The girl told her father that she had been to a pawn shop and that “the pawnshop offered $ 100 because it’s a really old car.”
The father persuaded his daughter to go to an auto club so they could show off the car.
After being stunned by the last offer, the girl went back home and told her father everything. The father then gave her the instruction he wanted to teach all along:
Because it was a Nissan Skyline R34, an iconic and much desired vehicle, several clubgoers made an offer of $100,000 for it when the daughter drove the car to the establishment.
The father concluded, “I wanted you to know that the right place values you in the right way. If you are not appreciated, don’t get upset; it just means you’re not where you should be. Who knows how much someone would value you? Avoid going in a place where no one respects you.”