Last Corvette pulled out of sinkhole in Kentucky

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Last Corvette Pulled Out of Sinkhole in Kentucky

The last Corvette has been pulled out from the 60-foot sinkhole in Kentucky, and it's not lookin' too pretty. HLN has more.
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1953 Chevrolet Corvette, (c1953?). The Chevrolet Corvette first appeared in 1953, and was designed to show that General Motors could compete in the sports car market with European manufacturers such as MG and Jaguar. All 1953 Corvettes were white with red interiors. The car is pictured on display at a motor show, possibly Paris. (Photo by National Motor Museum/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
100504reo4 Corvette for 2005.Photographs of new corvette.Note.photos of car shot at 'The Great War Flying Museum in Brampton'. The replica airplane is a Fokker Dr.1 Triplane. like the one that Rittmeister Manfred Von Richthofen the German air service ace flew.Rick Eglinton Toronto Star. In some photos show other planes in background flying/taxiing they are from Brampton air strip where museum is situated. (Photo by Rick Eglinton/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA - FEBRUARY 15: Bruce Springsteen's vintage 1960 Corvette is seen on display at the ' From Asbury Park To The Promised Land: The Life And Music Of Bruce Springsteen' exhibition at the National Constitution Center on February 15, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)
100504reo4 Corvette for 2005.Photographs of new corvette.Note.photos of car shot at 'The Great War Flying Museum in Brampton'. The replica airplane is a Fokker Dr.1 Triplane. like the one that Rittmeister Manfred Von Richthofen the German air service ace flew.Rick Eglinton Toronto Star. In some photos show other planes in background flying/taxiing they are from Brampton air strip where museum is situated. (Photo by Rick Eglinton/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
A 1955 Ford Thunderbird. This was Ford's first sports car, and was introduced in 1955 to compete with Chevrolet's 1953 Corvette sports car, which in turn was their answer to sporty European imports. (Photo by National Motor Museum/Heritage Images/Getty Images)
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'The owner of the final corvette pulled out of a sinkhole in Kentucky wiped tears away when he saw it.'

If you can't tell through the car's crust of mud, HLN reports it used to be a pretty sweet ride.

'This is a 2001 Mallet Hammer Z06 if you know your cars.'

This wasn't the only sweet car that took the plunge.

The sinkhole devoured 8 Corvettes back in February at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Now with all eight out, the museum can begin the process of repairing the hole. WKYT says, 'Executive director says they'll meet with construction teams, engineers and the insurance company next week.'

They are also deciding if any of the Corvettes can be repaired.

We're going to have to agree with hosts Gayle King and Charlie Rose from "CBS This Morning" on this one ... 'I think that's buh-bye.' 'Going to the corvette heaven, isn't it.'
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