Congratulations go out to Don Creekmore of Wichita, Kansas for holding the winning ticket to the 1.75 millionth Corvette that was just raffled by the National Corvette Museum.
The crew at the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant reached that significant milestone on Friday, Aug. 14, with the production of the 1,750,000th Corvette, an Arctic White 2020 Z51 Coupe.
Two other numerically important Corvettes – the 1 millionth (a 1992 model) and the 1.5 millionth (a 2009 model) – reside at the National Corvette Museum, where they were part of the collection that fell into the sinkhole back in 2014.
Like its two historic predecessors, the 1.75 millionth recognizes its heritage with an Arctic White over Adrenaline Red interior, similar to the Polo White over Sportsman Red design of the first 300 Corvettes made in 1953.
“This type of milestone only comes around every 10 or so years for Corvette,” said Kai Spande, Bowling Green Assembly plant director. “For this landmark achievement to also be one of the early mid-engines is just awesome for us and for our customers. It’s an amazing time to be part of the Chevrolet brand.”
The 1.75 millionth Corvette is fully equipped, including the Z51 performance package, top-of-the-line 3LT equipment group, 5-trident spoke machined-face sterling silver aluminum wheels, engine appearance package, front end lift, and more.
The NCM has two other mid-engine Corvettes to raffle in the next couple of months, a 2021 BYO (Build Your Own) Corvette or $65,000 cash will be offered on Sept. 24 for $250, and a 2021 Silver Flare Corvette Coupe will be offered on October 15th for $100 per ticket.
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