You have probably heard by now that eight Corvettes were eaten up by a sinkhole which opened up in the Skydome room of the National Corvette Museum on February 12. The cars will eventually be restored by GM at the automaker’s Heritage Collection in Warren, MI., but according to the Detroit Free Press, the public will get to see the damaged cars on display before they make their way north for repairs.
Museum spokeswoman Katie Frassinelli told the Detroit Free Press the damaged cars will be on display from April through to July. She said the museum has heard from people wanting to see the damaged vehicles.
The process of extracting the cars closest to the surface from the sinkhole will commence in a couple of weeks. The cars that fell into the sinkhole include a 2009 Corvette ZR1 and both the 1 millionth and 1.5 millionth Corvette ever built.