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Camaro Car Crash- Second Angle + Aftermath!

It’s only natural that, if you have a car like this shiny old-school Chevrolet ...

It’s only natural that, if you have a car like this shiny old-school Chevrolet Camaro, that you’re going to want to show it off a little bit at meets and car shows alike. What’s the point in owning a car like that if you can’t let everyone know how awesome it is? However, the way that this driver went about doing it, ended up getting a little bit out of line and creating an embarrassing situation for the man behind the wheel.

This time, we tune in as the old-school muscle car leaves an OKC Cars and Coffee show and gets a little bit sideways. Now, normally, that wouldn’t be an issue as an experienced driver would simply let out of the gas and thus, allow the car to recover from its slide. However, that isn’t what happened here. Instead of practicing the safest measure to prevent destruction in a situation like this, the driver immediately got back into the throttle after sliding the car toward the sidewalk, at which point, the machine would yank back around and head in the opposite direction, ramming into a car in the oncoming lane of traffic.

Check out the video below that shows off the incident that had this driver tangled up in a bad situation. Luckily, we’re told everyone did end up being okay but this isn’t the way that anybody wants to end their weekend morning. Personally, I don’t think that I would have the courage that it would take to try and show off in front of a group of people due to a fear that I’m going to end up looking like this video and all of the other similar versions out there. Perhaps, next time he’ll practice a little bit more self-control in such a crowded area. I know I would!





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