The National Corvette Museum has had a very productive and fortuitous week, extracting five of the eight Corvettes from the bottom of its massive sinkhole. The plan for the week ahead involves steadying the sinkhole and extracting the three remaining Vettes.
|1962 CORVETTE||2001 MALLET HAMMER Z06|
|PPG PACE CAR||1.5 MILLIONTH|
|2009 ZR1 BLUE DEVIL||ZR-1 SPYDER|
|1993 40TH ANNIVERSARY|
|1992 (ONE) MILLIONTH MADE CORVETTE|
According to NCM director Wendell Strode, the plan to steady the sinkhole involves stabilizing the walls, the red spire, and whatever other measures needed to allow the dirt, concrete, rebar, safety barriers, and the three reaming Corvettes to be extracted from the 40-foot by 30-foot sinkhole.