1982 Chevrolet Corvette C3 Dubbed Jaws Lurks on the Roads of Iceland

The Great White of cars

If you're not familiar with the kind of eyegasmic scenery Iceland can provide, just head to Google or even better, Instagram, for some research.

Or, you could simply buy a plane ticket and plan a trip.

But you'll never reach the coolness of a shark-bodied 1982 Chevy Corvette C3 strolling around like it owns the land.

Its owner, Sigfús B. Sverrisson, had a long chat with Petrolicious and revealed he's been around cars from a very tender age, as his grandfather owned "one of Iceland’s largest companies, importing Volkswagen, Land Rover, later on Audi."

However, the Euro car influenza didn't stick. His first contact with a Corvette consumed in a parking lot during a trip to the United States, and then the 'Vette virus caught on and never vanished.

But we won't spoil the fun, so ready yourselves for the spellbinding video below.