The meticulous and tedious process of retrieving eight cars swallowed by a sinkhole beneath the National Corvette Museum is nearly complete. Only two cars remain in the 50-foot sinkhole that opened up on February 12.
On Tuesday, crews recovered a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder, the most heavily damaged car so far. Photojournalist Abbey Oldham took these photos of the Spyder after it was removed from the sinkhole and put on display at the museum.
In this photo slideshow, she also shares a close up look at some of the other Corvettes retrieved and on display.