It may take some time, but all eight Vettes will fully restored.
The shocking sight of eight classic and modern classic Vettes grouped together in an automotive mass grave will live long in the memory. But despite some of the cars being heavily damaged as a result of the cave-in, Chevrolet has said all the damaged Corvettes will be fully resorted. The vehicles at the National Corvette Museum are some of the most significant in automotive history," said Mark Reuss, executive vice president of General Motors Global Product Development.
There can only be one 1-millionth Corvette ever built. We want to ensure as many of the damaged cars are restored as possible so fans from around the world can enjoy them when the Museum reopens." Six of the cars were owned by the museum, while the 2009 ZR1 “Blue Devil” and 1993 ZR-1 Spyder prototype were on loan from GM. We look forward to seeing them restored to their former glory.