This is one of my pet peeves. Driving is a skill. It shouldn’t be thought of as “get in the car, turn the key/press the button, aim and give it gas.” I love to drive, especially in a responsive car on country roads with banked turns and beautiful scenery, but nowadays it’s more driving the minivan in crosstown traffic with people who can’t merge or yield.
This was my life in the 80s. Not Corvettes, although we had a friend that had one just like the listing except a hardtop, because we are not in California. But building (and sometimes even driving) muscle cars was what I did in my spare time.
That is a gorgeous C2 Stingray.
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