Of all the things that can wrong for a Corvette owner, experiencing an engine fire has to be one of the most devastating.
We recently got another reminder as a late C3 Corvette caught fire on November 1st along Interstate 5 in SeaTac, Washington.
Emergency crews from the Puget Sound Fire Department rushed to the scene and were able put out the fire that fully-engulfed the Black Corvette.
Luckily, there were no reports of any injuries. Puget Sound Fire Department hasn’t revealed any details about how the fire started.
We are often asked why we share these heartbreaking stories like a Corvette on fire, and the reason is simple. Had this owner had a fire extinguisher at the ready, his engine fire might have been contained and extinguished immediately. Learn from other’s misfortunes and make sure your classic Corvette has a fire extinguisher onboard.
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