The National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

At 5:44 am Wednesday February 12, 2014 the NCM's security company reported that motion detectors were going off in the Skydome area. It was discovered that a massive sinkhole had opened, swallowing 8 of the Corvettes on display.

Links to sinkhole info and photos from the NCM website:


The Skydome as of April 24, 2014

Sinkhole from left and right of the Spire.

The 1993 40th Anniversary.

The "Blue Devil" (2009 ZR1 prototype) - it STARTED and DROVE away after being lifted out of the hole!

The PPG Pace car and the 1962.

The 1992 1,000,000th Corvette.

The 2009 1.5 Millionth Corvette.

ZR-1 Spyder show car. Note signatures on many of the black panels - even though it is a

concept car, it was built on the regular production line, and all the workers signed it!

And the worst for last: the 2001 Z06 Mallett.

The last one out, and by far the worst damage.

And the priceless one the hole didn't quite get: the only 1983 Corvette!

Dana Forrester's watercolor depicting the "Resurrection" of the ZR1, and my screen shot from the live Skydome webcam as Dana depicted.