Dreaming About A Red Corvette Convertible?

Dreams about red Corvette convertiblesI honestly don’t remember having very many dreams in recent years. However, recently I had the most vibrant and realistic dream. I wouldn’t call it a nightmare, but I was incredibly relieved when I woke up because in my dream, I did something that was completely financially crazy. Why on earth did I buy a little, red Corvette convertible in my sleep?

Talk About Crazy Spending

In my dream, I was driving around in my trusty Altima and stopped into a car dealership on a whim. I distinctly remember seeing a red Corvette convertible on the show room floor, and I bought it without even a test drive. I remember writing a check for $27,000 and taking it home.

When I got home, I realized that it was only a two seater, and we have a family of three. I decided to take it back the next day. I also remember thinking about how on earth I was going to blog about this because there is no way in Hell I could justify it to my readers.

The dealership wouldn’t let me return it because the salesman had gone on vacation. I guess it was the commssion from my Corvette that sent him to some tropical paradise.

They did say that I could pick out another vehicle that was of similar cost, so I was looking at big old SUV’s when I woke up. Talk about relieved!

I Don’t Even Like Corvettes

I know this was a dream for several reasons.

  • I would never buy a new car on a whim.
  • Corvettes cost closer to $60,000. (I guess my dream price would be a good investment!)
  • I am a little scared of convertibles.
  • I have never liked Corvettes.

The Corvette is made in Bowling Green, KY, home of my alma matter, Western Kentucky University. I’ve seen tons of them, but usually the only people who buy them are middle aged men. If you looked up mid life crisis in the dictionary, you might see a picture of a Corvette.  If someone gave me one, I’d sell it for the money because I see absolutely no use for one. I’d never make it out of the driveway for 6 months of the year!

What Does This Dream Mean?

I am very curious what this dream means. I have no current desire to have a new car. I am not worried about going on a spending spree. I have no idea why I dreamed about red corvettes. Dream analysis websites are all over with one saying dreaming of buying a luxury car means I am wanting something outside my means, while another says it means my happiness is on the rise. Maybe it has no meaning, but it was surely an odd dream!

Have you had any odd dreams lately? Would you love a red Corvette?

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Written By
Sydney White is a Texas-born stay at home mom who enjoys spending time with her family, bargain hunting and, of course, writing. She is currently the editor-in-chief of Snipon.com.

22 Comments

  1. I don’t know what the meaning of the dream is but I think it’s funny because my uncle just bought a new Corvette Stingray. It is not red, more like dark gray, but it does have a red interior. I’m not into cars so I don’t know anything about horsepower and such but I must admit that the car is very nice.

    I don’t blame him for getting it either. He’s been saving for a long time to be able to buy a nice car, his house is paid off, his retirement accounts are in pretty good shape, and he has no consumer debt. He paid cash for the car and he said he deserved to get himself something nice. The first question I asked was, “Can we go for a spin?”

  2. While on a vacation I had a dream that people I sort of knew were labeling me. One kept saying I was a ‘SS’ and I kept arguing that they didn’t really know me and how could they label me. I have know idea what a ‘SS’ is, but I do have friends that like to label people (introvert, etc). I haven’t looked up what this means and I don’t think I will even try.

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