Fans of classic Corvettes should look away now. As this video shows the opening and aftermath of a sinkhole event under the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
A total of eight Corvettes was swallowed whole by the sinkhole, which opened up at around 5:30 am. The sinkhole was 40-feet wide and 20-feet deep. It was so big that the cars look like mere toys when viewed from above.
Six of the damaged cars were donated by enthusiasts, with two coming directly from General Motors. The oldest dated from 1962, but thankfully a unique model from 1983 wasn’t involved in the incident.
An investigation into whether the cars can be rescued and repaired is currently under way.
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