Anísio Campos is a Brazilian car designer responsible for creating more than fifteen automobiles between 1960 and 1990. These cars, known in Brazil as "special vehicles", were almost handcrafted. Anisio’s hands made marvels on wheels. At first, you may say that eighty- years-old Anisio Campos has nothing else to accomplish, except getting his apartment organized. All of his files, that he stores since the begging of his career, are making him mad. Anisio’s daughter, "Old Man’s Cars"’s director Raquel Valadares, signs up for the task of going through all Anisio’s materials. And by doing so, Raquel learns quite a few stories about her dad and his cars. Stories that deserve to be told. By evoking the fragile memories of her father, Raquel tries to understand both a past, when dreaming of a Brazilian car industry was possible, and a present, when such dream is history.