Each year the National Corvette Museum holds a handful of raffles to raise funds for the museum and this year there are five big raffles planned. The first contest ended back on March 27th and the price was the winner’s choice of building their own Corvette in Coupe or Convertible form of $55,000 cash. The next four National Corvette Museum raffles are all for designated cars and the first of those is the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible in Arctic White, similar to the one shown above. By purchasing a $100 raffle ticket from the museum website, you can help the museum while also giving yourself a 1 in 2,014 chance of winning the Arctic White Stingray Convertible. Best of all, the National Corvette Museum the a 501C3 non-profit organization so your $100 contribution can serve as a tax deduction even if you don’t win the Corvette.
Now for the details on the grand prize car. This 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible 3LT is painted Arctic White with a black convertible top and chrome 5-spoke wheels tucked over red brake calipers on the outside. Inside, this droptop Corvette features all of the goodies of the 3LT package decked out in Adrenaline Red with heated/cooled Nappa Leather Seats, a Bose 10 speaker sound system, heads up display, Navigation and everything else that comes in the top of the line trim package. Finally, this Corvette Convertible is fitted with the optional multi-mode performance exhaust system along with the optional 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and the winner of this car will get to enjoy the thrills of a Corvette Museum delivery.
Again, the raffle for this 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible in Arctic White ends tomorrow afternoon so if you want your chance to win a new C7 Stingray – click here to head to the National Corvette Museum website to purchase your ticket(s). At $100 a pop, this raffle certainly isn’t for everyone, but those who have the extra C-note laying around can get themselves a very good chance of winning this Corvette. Even if you don’t win, your $100 goes towards helping rebuild the damaged Corvette Museum while also serving as a $100 charitable deduction on your taxes for 2014. It is a win-win!
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