In what has to be the coolest story you’ll read this week, former Steelers secondary coach Ray Horton, now the Cardinals defensive coordinator, sold his sweet ride to Maurice “Mo” Matthews, a cafeteria worker inside Pittsburgh’s team facility.
What’s the big deal? Well, read what happened in this Pittsburgh Post Gazette story:
Horton parked his car -- a red 1999 Mercedes Benz SL500 convertible roadster -- in front of the team's office complex and went inside to say goodbye to the cafeteria staff.
When he saw Matthews, he said to him, "Hey, I need a favor from you. How much money you have in your pocket?"
Matthews said, "I got $20."
Horton took the money, looked at it and said to Matthews, "Sold for $20!"
And then Horton handed Matthews the keys to his car and told him to keep it.
And Horton was serious. When Matthews drove Horton to the airport the next morning, Horton produced the deed to the car and told him the car was in his possession now.
"I'm still in shock," Matthews said. "I don't think it has hit me yet. I still pinch myself. I look out the window when I bring it to work and I just go, 'Man, that's mine.'”
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