1984 PPG Pace Car Recovered From National Corvette Museum’s Sinkhole (With Video)2
Construction crews at the National Corvette Museum have recovered the 1984 PPG Pace Car from the facility’s sinkhole, making it the fifth vehicle to be extracted. Unfortunately, the car was chopped by a large slab of concrete, and is in worse shape than any of the four vehicles extracted before it.
This video clip shows the Pace Car coming out:
Another video of the Pace Car’s extraction:
It’s good to know the car is back, and will be displayed in its current form for all to see until repairs begin. Here’s to hoping that restoration is feasible.
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After seeing the superficial damage of the first 4, I think this might be the hardest to repair.
The difficulty here will be the DGP body panels. I believe them to be a one off.
I wonder how many traditionalist gasped when they saw the coil overs in the rear of he car. No transverse leaf here.
With GM involved this will be the most expensive to repair but if man made it man can repair it.