Eight historic Corvettes perished when a sinkhole erupted at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
Four years ago, legions of Corvette fans wept when a massive sinkhole swallowed eight historic one-off Corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky. Ironically, the disaster generated publicity as the site became a popular tourist attraction allowing visitors to pay their respects and mourn over the wrecked Corvettes in person. Some survived the sinkhole relatively unscathed, while others were damaged beyond recognition. Since the disaster, the hole has been mostly filled and two of the Corvettes were restored by General Motors.
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