And it's not the first time it came close to death.
Hurricane Matthew has come and gone and, of course, it left billions of dollars of property and infrastructure damage in its wake. And, not to mention, over 1000 people died in Haiti. We already showed you what the owner of a BMW E30 M3 did in order to protect his pride and joy. Can't blame him. Other car owners who had no choice but to leave their cars outside left their fate to chance, like the owner of this C3 Corvette, who first posted these near disaster photos on Corvetteforum.
The owner, "havesometo," and his Corvette hail from Georgia, another state that didn't escape Matthew's wrath. The downed tree and metal structure nearly crushed the Vette to death. And yet, it emerged unscathed. Its owner claims, however, that this wasn't the first time his car was almost destroyed. The first time was when he parked it next to a building that ended up burning to the ground. The fire department kept the Corvette watered down, thus saving its life.