**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.
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by John Coyle Corvette Forum Los Angeles has evolved in to the green stop on the auto show rotation, for reasons that are probably obvious to everyone. This year the General debuted its Spark EV, and while it’s not the kind of thing which makes me turn back flips, like I’ve said before, I appreciate […]
by John Coyle Corvette Forum Even with a damaged car?most of the race was run without a hood?Corvette Racing drivers Tommy Milner and Oliver Gavin were able to pull out a victory at the demolition derby that was the Streets of Long Beach. And while the team is fresh off a win and seems to […]
by John CoyleCorvette Forum First, the good news: there’s apparently only one of these monstrosities. The bad news is everything else. The Eldorette is a combination of C3 Corvette and Cadillac Eldorado, and perfectly illustrates that some things?handguns and tequila, for example?just shouldn’t be put together. The seller claims over 200K was dumped into the […]