**We now have video of the sinkhole. ** At 5:30 CST this morning, a sinkhole opened up under the Sky Dome at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, swallowing eight cars. No employees were injured. Local emergency crews estimated the sinkhole’s dimensions at 40 feet across and 25 to 30 feet deep.
Tonight at 2:30 am EST, the Chevrolet press conference will get underway from the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland and the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible will be revealed. Chevrolet will be streaming the reveal live on YouTube and you can watch it live with us. For those that won’t be able to see it live,
by John Coyle Corvette Forum Last week, I posted that the C7 prototype will be on hand at the Petersen Automotive Museum to celebrate Corvette’s 60th Aniversary. But while the 2014 Stingray will obviously be the main attraction, it’s going to be flanked by some pretty distinguished company?including the EX122, “the World’s Oldest Corvette.” This is the […]
by John Coyle Corvette Forum We just got some awesome news. To celebrate Corvette’s 60th birthday, the C7 prototype is being shipped to Los Angeles’ Petersen Automotive Museum for its official West Coast debut. As you’d expect, there are going to be some amazing historic machines?the oldest Vette, Zora’s personal ’63 Grand Sport, ’59 Corvette […]
by John Coyle Corvette Forum This sure didn’t take long. Our buddies over at CorvetteBlogger got the official word from Chevrolet’s communications manager for Corvette/Camaro, Monte Doran. Here’s the General’s official statement: We can confirm that during routine testing, a Stingray was involved in a one-car accident. During evaluation, due to driver error the […]