The National Corvette Museum will exhibit the eight Corvettes, that were heavily damaged by a 40-foot (12-meter) sinkhole.

The National Corvette Museum will display the eight Corvettes that were heavily damaged by a 40-foot (12-meter) sinkhole. The exhibition will be available from April through July this year. In a couple of weeks NCM will begin retrieving the rare American muscle cars.

On the 12th of February a massive sinkhole opened up underneath the Skydome at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky and swallowed eight Corvettes that were on a permanent exhibition at the attraction.

A day later, Chevrolet announced it will give its full restoration support for the unlucky classics with operations starting from the summer of 2014.


Sinkhole-damaged Corvettes to be displayed before restoration