1975 Corvette totaled in house fire

In a tragic burn, a cherry 1975 Corvette Stingray was lost to a house fire from an electrical short in the garage. No one was hurt in the fire, but this car and two cats were lost. The poor Corvette! According to the YouTube description, our host of this video was told prior to the fire that he was going to receive the vehicle. There's nothing like being told you're getting a Corvette, and then learning later that very same vehicle was totaled in an unexpected fire. We feel your pain, and dedicate this article to your lost friend.

The Corvette is more than a car, it's an American icon. It stands for freedom, fun, and the American way. The 1975 Corvette Stingray was an icon from an era that stood for some of the finest patriotism our country has ever seen. In 1975, Wheel of Fortune first appeared on TV, the Pittsburg Steelers won the Super Bowl, Busch Gardens opened in Williamsburg, VA, and the word "Microsoft" was first used by Bill Gates. Yes, 1975 was a great year, and this was a great car. RIP yellow Stingray, you're gone but not forgotten.

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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