Last winter provided a few unexpected problems for the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky, America. A 30ft sinkhole appeared in the middle of the museum that displays some of the most iconic classic cars in the manufacturers history, but it looks like they may have found a solution. After a board vote, the museum has decided to make an exhibition out of the freak natural occurance and leave some of the cars in place for visitors to look at. This doesn’t come as a big surprise, due to an increase of more than 50% in attendance and revenue since the sinkhole appeared.
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