When a Vintage Corvette can keep the bond between two people even after death…
This is the amazing story of Scott Bachman, a man who had recurring dreams about his deceased fathers’s 1973 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible. The car owned by his father when he was alive, was then sold by his mother after the father’s death.
You may not realize it when you’re driving your vintage car, but the meaning that we as vintage car enthusiasts attach to these cars, has a lot to do with the experiences that happen when we’re with them more than the actual cars themselves.
So Scott, after another recurring dream about his father’s Corvette, decided to track down the car and bring it back at home as one last memory of his father. And… he found the Chevy!
An emotional and beautiful story that shows how sometimes our loved cars may represent much more that simply something lifeless. In this case the Stingray is been a real bond between two people even after the death of one of them.
Take a look a this video interview in which Scott tells the whole story!