Huge Sinkhole Swallows Up 8 Corvettes



Murphy’s Law – Sh#t happens!

A 40-foot sinkhole appeared at none other than the National Corvette Museum in the US.

The incident happened at 5.44 am yesterday, triggering motion sensors all over the place. When workers reached the museum, they discovered a 30-feet deep sinkhole at the museum’s skydome. 2 cars of the 8 swallowed were on loan from GM – 1993 ZR-1 Spyder and a 2009 ZR1 “Blue Devil. The remaining cars are museum owned which includes a 1962 Corvette, the millionth Vette ever built (a 1992), a 2001 Mallett Hammer Z06 and the 1.5 millionth car produced.

Check out the tragic scene of the sinkhole in 3 videos below.

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About Jack Lee

Jack Lee is an unqualified petrol head (some say, to be one, you have to own an Alfa Romeo) who is disappointed with cars which are getting more and more electronics and the lack of interest in cars shown by today's youths in general. He owns an almost 20 year car from Germany, which has almost 50:50 weight distribution, 3 pedals (manual, FTW!) and believes that everyone should spin at the last corner of Sepang circuit at least once in their life. He also holds the distinction in TCG as the person with the lightest right foot, of course, when compared with his colleagues' mutated cast iron right foot.

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