By David Thomas on February 12, 2014
A 40-foot-wide sinkhole opened up in the least opportune location for Corvette fans early Wednesday morning.
According to reports, the giant sinkhole opened underneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky., swallowing eight noteworthy Vettes. Bowling Green is where the Corvette has been manufactured for decades; a few years ago the Corvette became the official sports car of Kentucky.
The eight Corvettes that are no-longer in museum condition are:
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Photo courtesy of the National Corvette Museum
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