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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WDRB) -- The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green is still digging its priceless inventory out of sinkhole that dropped the main showroom floor out this week.
In a new photo on the National Corvette Museum's Facebook page today, you can see clearly the PPG pace car along with several other cars underground. The photo has labels on the mud and debris covered vintage vehicles so you can see which ones went down in the collapse.
The museum had previously released images from above the sinkhole and a short video of a drone flying into the hole. It was revealed this week that Chevrolet plans to restore as many of the eight damaged Corvettes as possible.
According to the Corvette Museum, only six of eight cars can be seen in the photo. They also say they have yet to locate the 1.5 millionth car.
Work began yesterday to stabilize the area around the sinkhole and will take two to three weeks to complete. It will then take 4 to 6 days to retrieve the vehicles.