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National Corvette Museum will display sinkhole damaged cars

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BOWLING GREEN, KY (WAVE) – The National Corvette Museum will display the sinkhole that damaged eight cars.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Surveillance video shows Corvettes falling into sinkhole at national museum]

Two barrier walls have been installed between the skydome building and the rest of the museum.

One wall includes a video monitor which shows live webcam footage of the work being completed in the skydome. The other wall has a Plexiglas viewing area so guests can view the sinkhole from a safe distance.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Live stream will capture process of removing Corvettes from sinkhole under national museum]

According to museum spokeswoman Katie Frassinelli, the museum has heard from many people wanting to see the damage. She said the cars will go on display before they are taken to Michigan for repairs.

Frassinelli says the museum plans to display the damaged cars from April through July.

Click here to go to corvettemuseum.org and see what's happening on the live stream right now.

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