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February 13th, 2014
08:41 PM ET

Corvette Museum Executive: We have a game plan to get the cars out

The National Corvette Museum is back open for business, just a day after a massive sinkhole opened up and swallowed eight classic Corvettes.

It was all caught on a security camera. Among the losses was the one millionth corvette and the only 1983 Corvette in existence.

Corvette museum reopens after sinkhole swallowed pricey cars

The museum estimates damage in the millions of dollars.

The Executive Director for National Corvette Museum Wendell Strode is OutFront.


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