At the young age of seven my dad taught me how to drive a car, both automatic and manual. By fifteen I could fully disassemble and reassemble almost any car. Ever since then I have been buying old and beat up cars then repairing and restoring them like new. Some people will pay a great deal of money for these old yet beautiful vehicles. Because they are so old they sometimes do not have all the modern luxuries we are used to today, such as power windows, heated seats, and air conditioning. This can be problematic in some cases because when people spend a lot of money, they are expecting all the extra features that just do not come with older cars. For example, I recently restored a gorgeous old car that actually did have air conditioning. I had a potential client that was only interested in cars with some of these modern features, including the air conditioning. I thought it was extremely good timing and set up a time for him to see the vehicle. When he saw the car he was absolutely thrilled. I honestly thought it was a slam dunk. However when he got inside the car and started it up I wanted to show him the feature that he thought was the most important. But, when I turned on the air conditioning it made a strange squeaking noise and no filtered air was coming out. I could not believe it! I explained how rare it was for such an old car to have air conditioning, let alone an HVAC system at all as this car also had a furnace feature. He ended up getting the car anyways after I promised to fix the unit. I do love cars, but it can be a risky business!