In February of last year, a 40-foot sinkhole opened under the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky. Measuring up to 30 feet deep, the sinkhole swallowed up a handful of prized Corvettes. One of those precious rides was a white 1992 LT1 convertible—the 1 millionth Corvette ever produced. Of all the cars that fell in, it’s said to be the toughest to restore—but restore it GM will… at least that’s what they’re trying to do. Currently, the General Motors team has the Corvette running, but clearly there’s still a lot of work to do. Take a look through the full gallery at Popular Mechanics.