The C8 is a very versatile automobile. It is just as good at driving to the grocery market as it is doing a full track day. But one thing it could improve at is driving on soft sand!
The incident occurred at Pismo Beach on California’s Central Coast. It’s the only coastal beach in California to be legally driven on, making it a popular spot for weekend getaways. Typically, folks drive 4×4 trucks, quads, and motorcycles onto the sand, but one person thought it wise to drive their Corvette near the waterline and get thoroughly stuck.
The video shows the Corvette stuck to its frame, its rear wheels spinning helplessly. A crowd gathered around, trying to free it from the rising tide. In the video, it looked dire for the ‘Vette, with the tide licking the passenger side of the car. But not all was lost, as a commenter stated that the car was pulled out before things got terminal.
The Dream Giveaway Garage has launched another fundraiser for their children and veterans charities, and it’s called the 2024 Road & Track Giveaway, with one lucky winner taking home a C7 Corvette Z06 and a 2024 Chevy Silverado, plus $40,000 for the taxes. The Supercharged 2015 Z06 has only 8K miles on the odometer and features a 3LZ Napa leather interior in Jet Black while also equipped with world-class Fittipaldi wheels and a ZR1 high-rise wing. The Silverado will also be getting a supercharger professionally installed, and the truck features over $15,000 in options.
Gents…loving my 1970 DAYTONA YELLOW Corvette from you all….but must admit the color took me awhile to get use too! And I had to insist Gail (wife) STOP calling it “Butter Cup”! The reason I am so jazzed about my new Corvette is because it reminds me in some ways of my 69…bought the 69 in Toledo, Ohio with 2800 miles (a demo) for $3,850 plus tax and license …$4,100. The lady at the Credit Union lent me the entire amount …she “took pity on me “as I was going into the USAF very shortly and she figured I would be a good risk…And she knew where to find me! I originally was assigned to March Air Force Base, Riverside, Ca., and then to Wiesbaden, Germany. I shipped the Corvette to Hamburg, Germany in early 1972, and my wife and I drove it throughout Europe for 4 fabulous years… loved the autobahn…no speed limit….very few understood the amount of horsepower, and still fewer understood the body material…” was ist das? fiberglas ?” …as they rapped their knuckles on the fiberglass!… had many offers to buy it…but decided no way…my first Corvette (girlfriend) was coming home with me!
Corvette Mike has always prided himself on finding the finest and most unique Corvettes ever to leave the St. Louis plant! Like the one featured here. Not only is this ’67 a rare (1 of only 16 built) and heavily optioned mid-year, but it’s also a car that he’s owned before. Believe it or not, Mike had this one in his possession almost 40 years ago! We always like to have the great ones back! Better late than never!
It sold new out of Cormier Chevrolet in Long Beach, CA, a dealership that closed only recently. The original owner of this ’67 definitely wanted a powerful cruiser. And that’s exactly what they ordered. This car has a TON of options! Including:
L68 427/400hp Engine
Powerglide Automatic Transmission
Leather Seats w/Headrests
Telescoping Steering Column
15″ Bolt on Aluminum Wheels
Speed Warning Indicator
Posi-Traction Rear End
Black Vinyl Covered Hard Top
Black Soft Top
Almost new, with only 50 miles!
Viper White w/Blue stripes, Black interior. 8.2L V10, 6-speed manual.
This is one truly unique Viper! It was part of the “1 of 1” program and custom built for its original and only owner! We have extensive correspondence from Dodge to the owner as well as a binder full of photos showing the car being built!
This is essentially a new car with only 50 miles on the odometer!
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GTS Interior Pkg
GTS Laguna Interior Pkg
Factory Custom GTS Painted Stripes
Custom Car Cover
Harmon Kardon 18-Speaker High Performance Audio System
Venom Polished Wheels
Carbon Fiber Black Interior Accents
This is one for the collectors!
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Some random thoughts
Television is a medium because anything well done is rare.
One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present.
Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.
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