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I watched part of the day (stupid budget meeting! ) as they dug around the millionth Corvette.

This is the last Corvette to be pulled from the National Corvette Museum sinkhole.  a total wasted car!

This is the last Corvette to be pulled from the National Corvette Museum sinkhole. a total wasted car!

National Corvette Museum: Millionth Corvette Unexpectedly Saved Early

National Corvette Museum: Millionth Corvette Unexpectedly Saved Early

Mallet Hammer at the museum.National Corvette Museum - Mallett Hammer Found!!! http://wp.me/p2YxYx-3ql

Mallet Hammer at the museum.National Corvette Museum - Mallett Hammer Found!!! http://wp.me/p2YxYx-3ql

National Corvette Museum | ... that the automaker's restoration Photo by National Corvette Museum

National Corvette Museum | ... that the automaker's restoration Photo by National Corvette Museum

Corvette sinkhole | 1991 Corvette Spyder National Corvette Museum Sinkhole Photo 1  Bing images    Corvette sinkhole | ... be done with the sinkhole situation at the National Corvette Museum  -- The 2001 Mallett Hammer Z06 Corvette was pulled from the depths of a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum on Wednesday.

Corvette sinkhole | 1991 Corvette Spyder National Corvette Museum Sinkhole Photo 1 Bing images Corvette sinkhole | ... be done with the sinkhole situation at the National Corvette Museum -- The 2001 Mallett Hammer Z06 Corvette was pulled from the depths of a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum on Wednesday.

Historic Corvettes damaged by the National Corvette Museum sinkhole

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Historic Corvettes damaged by the National Corvette Museum sinkhole

"The 1984 Corvette PPG Pace Car...was, as the museum put it, "karate chopped" by a slab of concrete on the way down into the pit; rear panels have been completely separated from the rest of the body. The front fascia appears to have been ripped off as well, and it's hard to spot a body panel that doesn't bear some cracking or denting."

"The 1984 Corvette PPG Pace Car...was, as the museum put it, "karate chopped" by a slab of concrete on the way down into the pit; rear panels have been completely separated from the rest of the body. The front fascia appears to have been ripped off as well, and it's hard to spot a body panel that doesn't bear some cracking or denting."

National Corvette Museum Sinkhole - '62 Vette Rescued!! http://wp.me/p2YxYx-3le

National Corvette Museum Sinkhole - '62 Vette Rescued!! http://wp.me/p2YxYx-3le

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