At the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, a recent sinkhole in the middle of the museum that swallowed several historic Corvettes has become almost as popular as the car. But now, the sinkhole will officially become history after the museum board of directors voted to spend the money to have the sinkhole filled in. Fox News reported on the story this weekend:

http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/08/31/kentucky-corvette-museum-decides-to-fill-in-sinkhole-that-damaged-eight-cars/?intcmp=latestnews

Simply put, it's a business decision: keeping the sinkhole as an attraction at the museum just isn't as cost effective over time as filling it in. Too bad, I say. Museums are about history, and this is a no doubt a big part of the National Corvette Museum's history.

What do you think? Should the Corvette sinkhole stay, or become history?