It could take awhile to actually remove this car because it's upside down in the dirt and had a boulder on top of it.
This week's discovery comes after a long process to remove the cars that were swallowed up into the ground on February 12th.
Car enthusiasts all over the world were stunned at the news of eight priceless cars falling into the hole.
Luckily, no one was inside the museum at the time.
Museum officials say once they get the last Corvette out, they'll start working to repair the hole and all the cars
with the hopes of having it all ready for the museum's 20th anniversary celebration this summer.
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