This 1986 Corvette Pace Car comes from Richard who says he brought it from Wisconsin with the original paint and all of the original factory equipment.
Not all great rides have wheels! This 1988 Donzi Z21 boat comes from Pam and Randy in Port Richey; it cruises at 40 mph and tops out at 65. It's named Bumble Z. And a classic truck from Ray in Plant City.
This 1967 Camaro was Chevy's answer to the Ford Mustang. The RS package was specifically rare that year.
Good Day viewer Dave from Treasure Island sent in a baby blue 1974 Mercury Comet Caliente that still carries the factory radio. Dennis in Brooksville showed off his 1975 Ironhead Harley, describing it as 'bone-shaking brutal' and 'absolutely wonderful.'
Good Day viewer Randy H. in Riverview sent in a 1999 Plymouth Prowler, completely original with only 17,000 miles on it.
Good Day viewer Carly showed off this pink 2011 Mini Cooper. She and her friends have their own car group called the Barbie Mini Coopers.
Good Day viewer Gordon is proud of his 1968 Chevy SS 427, which is one of only 175 ever made, and has won many awards at car shows across the state.
Good Day viewer Tom says he bought a 2006 Evekto Sportstar plane on eBay from a Minneapolis salvage yard, fixed it up and got it flying again.
Tim, a retired graphic artist from CentCom, says watercolor paintings of classic cars are the next best thing to owning a classic car.
Rob in Sarasota is proud to show off his 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon that’s fully modified and Raymond in Pine Island has restored his 1959 El Camino that was submerged in saltwater by Hurricane Ian.
Rich and Deanna in Sun City are proud to show off their 1955 Chevy Bel Air hardtop that cruises around on the largest street-legal radial tires available.
Good Day viewer Jeff in Ellenton is a snowbird from Ohio and says his 1958 Peterbilt 351 is usually the biggest ride at every car show.
Good Day viewer J.K. in New Port Richey is proud to show off a 1926 Ford Rat Rod that they say turns heads and brings the nostalgia around town.
Good Day viewer Henry in Tarpon Springs says he’s won lots of awards with his 1971 Ford Pinto that he loves so much he jokes about being buried in it, while Tony in Dunedin is proud to show off his 1957 Chevy pickup truck that has been heavily modified since its days as a farm truck.
Good Day viewer Linda in Sebring says her 1979 Corvette Stingray is her pride and joy and it took her 71 years to get it.
Good Day viewer Mike enjoys taking his Olympus EV golf cart with a six-inch lift on 23 inch tires to the beach and through his neighborhood.
Good Day viewer Holly is proud to show off her 2023 Jeep Wrangler JL Unlimited Oscar Mike Edition and enjoys taking it off-roading and attending Jeep events.
A 1965 Mustang Fastback has been in Good Day viewer Tony’s family for decades and has been driven by each new generation.
SeaSucker’s founder Chuck Casagrande decorates a blue ‘66 Volkswagen Bus and ‘72 Volkswagen Beetle every year for the holidays.
Joe in Trinity spent 700 hours repainting a 1972 Chevy Super Sport Nova he found in Arizona.