For more than a decade, the Dream Giveaway has been making Corvette Dreams come true. In the next few months, someone is going to get the telephone call of a lifetime to announce they have won a 2021 Corvette Stingray Z51 Coupe and a 1961 Corvette Restomod plus $43,000 to pay the winner’s taxes.
A number of children and veterans charities are fueled by your tax-deductible donations and you can enter to win these Dream Corvettes for as little as $3. Of course, the more you donate, the more chances you have to win. As a bonus for loyal CorvetteBlogger readers, the Dream Giveaway will give you 50% more entries on purchases of $25 or more!.
Last month, Jack Householder of Chalfont, PA. joined the exclusive list of winners after he was awarded the keys to 1966 Corvette 427/390 Coupe with Factory Air, plus a check for $30,000 to pay the taxes. Jack never believed he would win a Corvette, but there he was at the Dream Garage in Clearwater Florida for the Classic Corvette Dream Away Winner’s Ceremony and after getting the keys, we get to hear him start up the Corvette for the first time.
Jack tells us he never really thought he would actually win the Corvette, but that didn’t stop him from participating. It was two of the benefitting charities on the list that he had special feelings for, the New Beginning Children’s Homes and Smile International, and he was happy to have contributed on two different occasions. Jack already owns a 1970 Corvette White Convertible and is active in the Corvettes of Delaware Valley club and so his donations to the charities of the Dream Giveaway were his primary motive. Winning the Corvette was the icing on the cake!
Also at the Winner’s Ceremony was Charles B. of Florida who three days prior to the event had his name drawn as the winner of the Dream Giveaway’s Cadillac CTS-V Championship Edition. After taking the key fob to the Cadillac, Charles wakes up the LT4 supercharged V8 and offers some great revs. It must feel pretty good to be a Dream Giveaway winner! Here’s the award ceremony which we attended:
The Dream Giveaway will soon be making another call as they announce the winner of the 2021 Corvette Stingray Z51 Coupe and a 1961 Corvette restomod in early January. But you can win only if you have tickets. Get your 50% Bonus Entries today!
The 2021 Corvette Stingray is painted in Silver Flare and it’s paired with a 3LT Adrenaline Red interior that includes Competition sport seats. We particulary like the look of the Silver combined with the Red brake calipers and the black Trident aluminum wheels. It’s highly optioned with the Z51 Performance Package, Magnetic Ride Control, 5VM aero kit with High Wing, and it comes with the visible carbon fiber roof. All the little extras were checked off during ordering including the Engine Appearance Package and the interior carbon fiber package.
But there is something else that is special about this 2021 Corvette. Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has worked its magic on the mid-engine sports car to boost the LT2 V8 to 600 horsepower. The engine now has Lingenfelter’s Performance Design pTR Carbon Fiber Intake Manifold and a variety of upgrades to achieve that power level. We can’t help but to think how much faster it will be than the stock 2021 Corvette Z51 which blasts from 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and runs the quarter-mile at 11.2 seconds!
The other half of this Grand Prize is a 1961 Corvette Restomod that would be the star of any show! Under the classic lines of the late C1 body is a Corvette Corrections chassis holding a modern-day LS3 rated at 525 horsepower and mated to a TREMEC 6-speed manual transmission. Upgrades include Magnaflow dual exhaust, adjustable coilovers, power steering, power brakes, and 19-inch Budnik wheels wrapped in performance Continental tires.
The ’61 roadster is ready to show and you’ll enjoy showing off the electrically operated hood. Inside the dipped red cockpit are French-stitched leather bucket seats, Dakota Digital gauges, and the Kenwood Bluetooth stereo. The cost of the car exceeded $250,000 and since its completion in 2020, the roadster has less than 100 miles on the odometer. The silver and red Corvette restomod is the perfect complement to the 2021 Corvette Stingray.
Sponsored by Continental tires, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, and American Car Craft, the 2021 Corvette Dream Giveaway is a tax-deductible fundraiser with proceeds going to a number of well-known charities across the USA with the main beneficiary being the New Beginning Children’s Homes, a 501(c)(3) organization which provides family-focused living accommodations for abused, neglected or orphaned children. The Corvette Dream Giveaway also supports a number of well-known and respected charities including Honor Flight of West Central Florida, the National Guard Education Foundation, Smile Network International, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, 4Kids, and Bright Pink.
We would love to see you in Clearwater, Florida in 2022 as you take home these two great Corvettes along with a check for $43,000 to pay the taxes. CorvetteBlogger readers get 50% MORE ENTRIES on donations of $25 or more so get your tickets today!
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