The sinkhole that opened up underneath the National Corvette Museum in February has turned into an attraction of its own for the facility. Corvette fans from all over want to check out the massive hole and the eight cars that were sucked into middle earth as a result of its opening, including Roadkill hosts David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan.
For the latest episode of the show, Finnegan and Freiburger embark on a Corvette-themed journey in a 1975 Corvette Stingray to the Corvette holy land, Bowling Green, Kentucky. They found the Stingray on Craigslist, and in typical Roadkill fashion, it was missing a windshield and most of its interior when they went to pick it up. Worse than that was that it hadn’t been driven for six years and they were about to drive it nearly 1000 miles.
When they arrive in Bowling Green, the pair take a peek at the assembly line of the modern day Corvette Stingray, say hi to a few fans and pop on over next door to the National Corvette Museum. Their plan was to ghost ride the Corvette into the sinkhole and leave it there as a sort of tribute to the Corvettes which fell victim to the hole, but did the museum and the construction crews working on the hole let them do it? Scroll below and watch the video to find out.