Corvette Museum Evacuates Their Cars Most At-Risk From Sinkhole

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A sinkhole opened up under the National Corvette Museum's most historic collection room and now, after consultation from structural engineers, the at-risk cars are finally coming out.

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Eight cars were lost to the sinkhole already, but these ones have been saved.

The images come from the Corvette Museum's webcam, and were captured by Jalopnik reader Erik. Thanks, Erik!

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DISCUSSION

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This one survived? They should have pushed into the sinkhole as a sacrifice to the Corvette gods.