A classic car is making a cross country trek to benefit Wounded Warriors Family Support. It is called the High Five Tour and, on Sunday, it made a stop in Hoover.
A special Mustang will travel over 21,000 miles, making stops in more than 60 cities. The car is covered in hundreds of signatures. At each stop, visitors are invited to sign the car and leave a message of gratitude for veterans and their families.
The five month tour is also expected to raise at least $500,000 in donations. Those funds will benefit two Wounded Warriors and their families.
"They're going to build two smart homes for two deserving wounded warriors. It's going to be customized to suit their needs and make it accessible for them," said Steve Black, the driver of the Mustang.
The soldiers getting the smart homes are actually triple amputees.
The Wounded Warrior tour continues in Prattville on Monday. The nationwide trip ends in August.
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