A few days ago GM Authority showed you the first steps in rebuilding the ground where the National Corvette Museum’s sinkhole currently sits. Now we have video footage before that moment when several Corvettes − some intact, some not so much − were removed from the Skydome before construction commenced.
The gravity of the sinkhole (pun not intended) is nowhere more apparent than in the opening scenes, where an utterly destroyed burgundy Corvette is carefully wheeled out on a cart. A C4 − this one much more intact − also leaves in the same manner. Next up is a 1962 C1, which looks like it managed to stay on terra firma but receiving collateral damage nonetheless.
And then it seems like there’s a rerun all of a sudden as a trashed Corvette being wheeled out on a cart. But this ain’t no rerun − it’s another basket case. And then another one, this time a white C6. Oh, the humanity!
For those with a morbid sense of curiosity, the whole sick thing is below, but I can’t bear to watch any more of it . . .