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Sinkhole Corvettes: What’s Happening Next

Some the “Great 8” Corvettes, which fell into a sinkhole after the sinkhole opened up in the National Corvette Museum, may not be fixed, according to the latest CNN report. The damage, especially to the last three of four of the cars pulled out the sinkhole, has been that extensive. “The last three or four cars that came out of …

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ZR1 Blue Devil Corvette Recovered From Sinkhole

The National Corvette Museum has started recovering the eight cars that fell into the sinkhole that appeared in the museum last month. The museum, which is located near the assembly plant where Corvettes are built, houses more or less 80 vehicles. The sinkhole appeared in the museum’s Skydome and swallowed eight vehicles. The hole has grown to 30 feet deep …

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Corvette Museum: Sinkhole Consumes Eight Cars

The Chevrolet Corvette has been an American icon since it was first unveiled in 1953 and has also become a very powerful status symbol among American drivers as well. With the popularity of the Corvette, a museum has been dedicated to the iconic muscle car in Bowling Green, Kentucky. If you are a die-hard Chevrolet Corvette fan, I do apologize …

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Sinkhole Swallows 8 Corvettes at National Corvette Museum

According to the National Corvette Museum, a 40 ft-wide sinkhole opened up early Wednesday morning under the Skydome area of the museum. And with “heavy hearts” they are reporting that 8 corvettes fell victim. The cars affected include a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder on loan from General Motors, a 2009 ZR1 “Blue Devil” on loan from General Motors and six cars …

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