The National Corvette Museum announced late last month that two special Corvette Stingrays would be raffled during the 20th Anniversary Celebration at the end of August. Now we’ve got our first look at the two raffle cars, a Torch Red Coupe and an Arctic White Convertible.
In September 1994, Corvette enthusiasts from all across the country joined together in caravans to drive to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the National Corvette Museum’s Grand Opening. Twenty years later, Corvette enthusiasts are joining together once again this labor day weekend for the 5th National Corvette Caravan to the NCM for the 20th Anniversary Celebration.
To help celebrate the occasion, these two new 2014 Corvette Stingrays are decked out in the NCM’s colors and logos and will be raffled on the Thursday and Friday during the Anniversary Celebration weekend.
The NCM’s Katie Frassinelli tells us that the two stripes used on the special editions are unique to the Anniversary cars, with a Torch Red stripe on the Arctic White Convertible while the Torch Red Coupe features White Pearl stripes. The only production red stripe is Crystal Red Metallic while a white racing stripe isn’t currently offered.
Each of the cars also features the Corvette Museum’s logo prominently displayed on the hood of each car. The Stingray Convertible also features the logo on the interior’s waterfall.
A maximum of 2,500 tickets at $125 each will be sold for the Torch Red coupe, with the winner to be announced Thursday, August 28 at 3 p.m. CT.
Your odds are better at winning the Arctic White convertible, but it’ll cost you more to try. A maximum of 1,000 tickets will be sold at $300 each with the winner to be announced Friday, August 29 at 3 p.m. CT.
Check out the National Corvette Museum’s raffle page for all the details and to purchase your tickets. These are tickets you should probably get in advance of the 20th Anniversary Celebration as I am sure they will both sell out.
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