Corvette Museum recovers 2 Corvettes from sink hole

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You remember that huge sinkhole that opened up inside the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky?

Well, all those cars that were swallowed up won’t be lost.

Eight cars in all went down when the sinkhole opened up last month.

Museum officials have brought in heavy equipment to start removing the vehicles Monday.

They hope to have three of the cars out by Wednesday — starting with those that are the easiest to get to.

Once all of the vehicles are out, they’ll repair the hole and then work on restoring the cars.

Watch this baby start up:

The second, a red Corvette, has now been retrieved:


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