Last year around this time, the news that a sinkhole had opened up and swallowed several very valuable Corvettes at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky rocked the automotive community. A total of eight near priceless cars were swallowed, and the disaster was attributed to a series of underground caves resting beneath the museum.
Now we have word, however, that the sinkhole has almost been entirely filled, and the museum is now preparing to return to the original display. A series of beams and sub-structural fortifications were erected underneath the museum to ensure the future structural integrity of the building.
Many of the cars are still being restored, and it has been confirmed that General Motors is offering assistance with the process. According to sources from within the museum, the process should be complete by around July.