National Corvette Museum Sinkhole Documentary Is a Thing
Capitalizing off your own tragedy isn’t a new trend; it’s just smart business. At least, the National Corvette Museum seems to think so. Following the sinkhole fiasco on February 12th of this year, in which eight classic Corvettes were destroyed, the museum turned the sinkhole into an exhibit and saw a huge spike in sales.
Ultimately, however, the Corvette Museum has decided that it is in its best interest to fill the sinkhole and return to business as usual. But before it does so, it has one last trick up its sleeve: the National Corvette Museum sinkhole documentary, which is filled with footage and information on the tragedy that gripped the automotive community earlier this year.
The super intense music in the preview lets you know just how intense this film is. Check it out:
National Corvette Museum Sinkhole Documentary
The documentary DVD is available via the museum online, retailing for $12.95 a pop.
Only three of the eight damaged Corvettes will be restored. Check out which ones made the cut here.