[VIDEO] Father of the Year Pulls Son’s Tooth Out with Corvette Z06
Okay, so this might not be the first time in history that a high-powered Chevy has been used to play tooth fairy–since a Florida man performed the same trick back in 2015–but the Camaro SS he used to pull baby teeth didn’t have the same amount of power as the C6 Corvette Z06 that was recently shown pulling a young man’s tooth via Instagram.
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In the short video, the young man appears a little scared when the moment of truth arrives, but he follows instructions to keep his mouth open, and the single tooth comes out without a problem. The videographer and other people watching the stunt reassure the boy with loud cheers after the tooth comes out. All the surprised boy does in response is raise a napkin to his mouth… and it doesn’t look as if any tears are on the way.
While this is certainly not the way most parents would choose to alleviate their child’s frustration of having a wobbly tooth, there’s no arguing that the C6 Corvette Z06 certainly has enough power to perform the job. Underneath its hood, this American sports car features a 7.0-liter V8 engine that produces 505 horsepower. In fact, this powerful engine allows the C6 Corvette to cover a quarter-mile in 11.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 198 mph, so pulling baby teeth is just a walk in the park.
As for the child, he’ll have a story that he’ll be able to tell people for the rest of his life.
Video: Watch this Corvette Z06 Play Tooth Fairy
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Samuel Huist is easily the tallest member (6-feet 5-inches) of the The News Wheel team. He enjoys listening to hip-hop music and loves watching NBA basketball. Sam is also a Dayton, Ohio native and doesn’t seem to mind that distinction as much anymore. His first car was a 1996 Ford Taurus he could barely fit in. Like many young folks, he seemed more concerned about the radio in his first car than actually doing the work to maintain an automobile, so sadly it’s no longer with us. See more articles by Samuel.