This Corvette Museum Plans to Display Sinkhole Damaged Cars for Fans

By: Jennifer Paul - Published: Mar 1, 2014 • References: & freep
The National Corvette Museum has a very interesting attraction. A 35-foot deep sinkhole swallowed up eight Chevrolet Corvettes on Wednesday at the museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. People were upset from the loss of the classic cars so the museum is deciding to keep the collided vehicles on display from April to July. I can only imagine how heartbreaking it would be to see those beautiful cars collided in the sinkhole.

Museum spokeswoman Katie Frassinelli says the cars will stay on display before they’re taken in to be repaired. People have showed interest in wanting the see the damage, which is why they have yet to be removed. No one was injured during the groundbreaking occurrence and more cars will be added when the Corvettes are taken in for repairs. Stats for National Supercar Museums Trending: Older & Chilly
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