17 Amazing Pictures Of The Sinkhole That Ate $5 Million Worth Of Classic Cars

Published March 2, 2016
Updated January 24, 2018

On February 12, 2014, the floor of Kentucky's Skydome disappeared, taking several classic cars with it. See photos of the infamous Corvette Museum sinkhole.

On February 12, 2014, the floor of the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome disappeared into a sinkhole, taking several classic cars with it. While, fortunately, nobody was hurt, the damage was in many cases too severe for repairs. Below, you can see the extent of the devastation, and the attempts to rescue the demolished vehicles from the maw of the infamous Corvette Museum sinkhole:

Corvette Museum Sinkhole Photo
Trashed Corvette Museum Image
Another Destroyed Corvette
The Destroyed Corvette Museum
17 Amazing Pictures Of The Sinkhole That Ate $5 Million Worth Of Classic Cars
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See security camera footage of the sinkhole in action:

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