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Mon February 17, 2014

GM to Help Refurbish Corvettes that Fell Into Sinkhole, Return Date Unknown

Eight Corvettes fell into a sinkhole that opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.
Eight Corvettes fell into a sinkhole that opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.
Credit National Corvette Museum

Eight cars that fell into a sinkhole at Bowling Green’s National Corvette Museum last Wednesday will be getting a little tender loving care. 

The prized sports cars were damaged when a 40 foot wide by 25 foot deep sinkhole opened up beneath the Skydome portion of the museum. 

Long-time Warren County Representative and former House Speaker Jody Richards says the cars will be sent off for refurbishing.

“General Motors is going to transport those to Detroit and they’re going to restore all eight of the Corvettes," the Bowling Green Democrat said. "They are very special corvettes and they want to restore them and they will eventually be back on display in the National Corvette Museum”         

Richards isn’t sure if the repaired cars will be back in Bowling Green in time for the Corvette Museum's 20th anniversary in August.  That's also when a new motorsports park will open in Warren County.