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reply to post by newsoul
Nooooo not the corvettes!! Why couldn't it be the camero museum Hope it was all 80's models, those are ok to go down a sink hole
reply to post by smurfy
i remember bill bixby's white vette - it was a beauty. i love american muscle cars. the sound of a big V8 is like music.
Yes you did it right. If you want to get more fancy you can click the icon with the upper right arrow and also include the title of the link, but the way you did it is just fine.
I hope I did this right, I don't think I have linked to an article before
Early in the day, Strobe said emergency personnel allowed museum staff to remove only one other car, the only surviving example of the "1983" Corvette. It had not fallen into the hole.
Andrea Hales, communications manager at the Bowling Green Corvette plant, said the Corvette was not produced in 1983. A six-month delay in the new generation created a model year gap. GM built about 40 prototype 1983s, which could not be sold, then built the production cars as 1984 models. It crushed all the 1983s except for the one given to the museum.