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Chevrolet To Restore Damaged Corvettes

Saying they are some of the most significant vehicles in American automotive history, officials with General Motors have announced that Chevrolet is taking on the task of restoring the Corvettes that were damaged when a sinkhole formed at the National Corvette Museum, in Bowling Green.

According to reports out of Bowling Green, Mark Reuss, who is head of General Motors global product development Mark Reuss says they want to restore as many of the classic cars as possible so that fans can continue to enjoy them. Officials say the restoration efforts will take place in Michigan.

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