OK, so it looks like it was part of a monster truck stunt gone wrong, but at least it’s in once piece. Corvette #1.5 million is the seventh of the “Great Eight” Corvettes to be removed from the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum.
Yesterday we showed you the NBC News report about the recovery efforts at the National Corvette Museum. Today we get to go farther behind the scenes of the big Corvette recovery thanks to a GM-dispatched film crew. Check out the must-see mini documentary below to reflect on all that has happened since March 3, when […]
Next week we will get a closer look at some of the damage those Corvettes suffered in the sinkhole disaster. Three of the eight cars swallowed up at the National Corvette Museum are scheduled to be removed from the hole by Wednesday, according to a recent WDRB News report. Some could be pulled out as […]
February 12th, 2014: a day that will live in infamy for Corvette enthusiasts – a day the Earth’s crust decided to act the fool and swallow eight precious Corvettes. Major party foul, Planet Earth … you should know fiberglass is not part of a well-balanced diet. This major Corvette disaster has stirred the emotions of […]
**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.