Corvette Museum update: security camera video shows cave-in in progress

National Corvette Museum Cave-inThis security video released today by the National Corvette Museum shows the floor collapse in progress, sending several historic Corvettes to their apparent doom.  


The security camera footage doesn’t offer much in the way of new information, but it does graphically illustrate what happened early this morning when an apparent sinkhole swallowed up the floor of the Skydome area at the National Corvette Museum, and took eight historic Corvettes with it. You can find today’s earlier story here.

There’s no word yet on the actual condition of the vehicles, but we’ll be sure to pass along any substantive information as it becomes available. Meanwhile, the museum, located just across the road from the Bowling Green, Kentucky Corvette assembly plant, remains closed for inspection and repairs. Video below.


2 thoughts on “Corvette Museum update: security camera video shows cave-in in progress

  1. Drone helicopter footage. Nothing happens for the first 1:45 and there’s only 30 seconds of useful footage before they go back to putzing around. The black 1962 looks salvageable, as does the ZR1 blue devil. The ruby 40th anniversary isn’t bad, but there are a lot of those around so it’s not a big issue. The others are likely damaged beyong repair.

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