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4 Days Left to Win Premier Edition Corvette Stingray Convertible #550

If you have been hoping to score one of the limited production Premier Edition 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertibles in Limerock Green without spending much money, you have four days left - as the latest National Corvette Museum is set to end on July 10th and fortunately for you they have a few tickets remaining.
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When General Motors introduced the C7 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible, the automaker announced that they would introduce the newest topless Vette with the limited production Premier Edition that was similar in its design to the Premier Edition Stingray Fastback. General Motors built just 550 examples of the Premier Edition Convertible and with a long list of standard features, these models were both expensive and hard to find if you don’t live in the right area. Fortunately, the folks at the National Corvette Museum have a raffle running until Thursday (July 10th) and the prize is one of the rare dark metallic green Premier Edition Corvettes – which you could win for just $50.

The Premier Edition Convertible is Loaded in Limerock Green
After the popularity of the Premier Edition 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray fastback, General Motors made a smart (and popular) decision to introduce a Premier Edition package for the C7 Corvette Convertible. Like the Premier fastback, the first run Stingray convertible comes fully loaded with the 6-speed automatic transmission, the top of the line 3LT equipment group and the Z51 Performance Package. The Premier Edition package for the C7 convertible also includes the Multi-Mode Performance Exhaust system that adds 5 horsepower and 5lb-ft of torque, the high performance Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension setup, and 5-spoke Torque Chrome Aluminum Wheels with package specific center caps on the outside while the inside wears Premier Edition door sill plates and a Brownstone Suede Leather interior package.

The most significant feature of the Premier Edition 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible is the striking Limerock Green exterior paint with the sharply contrasting Kalahari convertible top. Aside from the retractable top, the Limerock Green paint is the biggest difference from the Premier Edition fastback that came only in Laguna Blue. All said and done, the Premier Edition 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible carries a very luxurious look and feel while packing all of the performance of the new Corvette.

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The only problem was that with so many expensive options and such few units produced, the Premier Edition 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertibles were as expensive as a new non-Z06 Corvette gets – and the limited production brought about bigger markups from the dealership which drove the prices even higher. On top of the high price, finding one of these 550 Premier Edition convertibles that wasn’t spoken for can be very challenging. Luckily, the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky has you covered with their current free car raffle.

Help the Corvette Museum, Win the Final Premier Edition Convertible
Over the past few years, the National Corvette Museum has organized a great many raffles which helped to raise money for the museum while also putting new Corvettes in the driveway of fans around the country. The NCM has already raffled off 15 new Corvette fastbacks and convertibles including one other Premier Edition Convertible and one Premier Edition fastback. However, this raffle is arguably for the most collectable Corvette that will be given away this year as it is Premier Edition Convertible #550 – the final one built.

The tickets for this particular raffle are less expensive than some of the other contests held this year by the National Corvette Museum, costing you just $50 for a chance at winning a Corvette with an MSRP over $70,000. Only 5,000 tickets were originally available and with the drawing coming this Thursday, there are less than a thousand tickets remaining. Every other contest this year has either sold out or been very close to selling out so if you want to buy a chance to win the very last 2014 Corvette Stingray Premier Edition Convertible, head over to the National Corvette Museum website to buy your ticket today!


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