10 Winners Announced. 26 More Corvettes to Give Away. Get Your Tickets Today!
The first 10 of 36 winners have been announced in the Lost Corvettes Giveaway and if your name wasn’t called in the Round #1 Drawing, your entries will automatically be rolled over into the Round #2 Drawing in March 2021 when the final winners will be selected. Tickets start at just $3 each and CorvetteBlogger readers will receive double entries with ticket packages beginning at $25.
We’ve been following the exploits of “The Lost Corvettes” – those 36 Vettes that range from 1953-1989 and were offered to one winner in the famous VH1 contest held back in 1989. The collection was purchased from the original winner and then stored away for decades by pop artist Peter Max. Now each of the 36 Corvettes is offered in sweepstakes fundraiser for the National Guard Educational Foundation.
The Lost Corvettes shared a video of their zoom calls with the five of the 10 first-round winners and it’s always fun to see the surprised reactions when they learn they have won a Corvette:
There are still 26 amazing Corvettes remaining to be won from the “the greatest barn find in automotive history” with all ticketholders still eligible for the second drawing, which will be held on or around March 31, 2021. If you want to better your chances, you can double your entries now!
The Lost Corvettes still offered include: ’53, ’55, ’56, ’58, ’59, ’60, ’61, ’62, ’66, ’67, ’68, ’69, ’70, ’71, ’73, ’74, ’76, ’77, ’78, ’80, ’81, ’82, ’84, ’85, ’87, ’89
The owners of the collection, known as the Corvette Heroes, continue preparing the remaining Corvettes for the upcoming 2nd round giveaway. Dream Car Restorations on Long Island is going over each Corvette as the mechanics, interior, and paint are refreshed following their decades-long storage.
The second drawing has some of the most desirable including the many model years coveted by collectors and enthusiasts alike. Our favorites include these three classics:
And there are 23 more Corvettes just waiting for new homes!
Enter to win one of these classic Corvettes with a donation to the National Guard Educational Foundation. Tickets start at $3 each and CorvetteBlogger readers can get double entries on donations of $25 or more!
Nearly 470,000 Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen comprise the Army and Air National Guard. Founded in 1975, the National Guard Educational Foundation’s purpose is to tell the Guard’s story. Located in the National Guard Memorial Building in Washington, D.C., NGEF relies solely on charitable contributions to carry out its mission to present the rich heritage and continuing contributions of the National Guard of the United States.