After some cause for celebration over the fact that the first Corvette pulled out of the sinkhole started up, we’re now getting a better sense of what’s to come.
The images of the second car extracted from the 30-foot fall — the 1993 40th Anniversary Chevrolet Corvette — paint a much grimmer, and perhaps more realistic, picture of the work ahead for GM to restore the vehicles.
Workers began to use a crane to extract the cars from the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum early Monday, March 3, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The construction workers said many of the other Corvettes in the sinkhole will be tougher to retrieve.
Source [GM News]