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You Could Win a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Premier Edition for $250

General Motors made only 500 examples of the Laguna Blue 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premium Edition - making them both hard to find and very expensive – but you could win one for just $250 through the National Corvette Museum’s most recent fundraising raffle.

The production of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe was kicked off with the introduction of the Premier Edition package. Painted Laguna Blue and fitting with a collection of features that make this limited edition package unique, these 500 special Stingray coupes were a hot commodity when production began and they will undoubtedly be a hot collector’s item years down the road. These models were quickly snatched up by those C7 buyers with the strongest dealership connections and the deepest pockets due to the $77k+ MSRP, but thanks to the National Corvette Museum 1,000 people will have a chance to win one of the final Premier Edition 2014 Corvettes available – and they can do so for just $250.

The National Corvette Museum’s current raffle for 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premier Edition #482 began earlier this year and runs through next Friday April 25th. This Corvette is powered by the standard 6.2L LT1 V8 engine fitted with the Multi-Mode Performance Exhaust system, sending 460 horsepower and 465lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels by means of a proper 7-speed manual transmission. In addition to the striking Laguna Blue paint and the Carbon Flash Hood Stinger Stripe, this Corvette wears 5-spoke Torque Chrome Aluminum Wheels and a Removable Transparent Roof Panel for a distinct look outside while the Z51 Performance package, Magnetic Selective Ride Control and all of the features of the 3LT equipment group make this the most loaded C7 Coupe possible. This special edition Corvette also comes with a unique luggage set and the winner of the raffle will get to pick up their new blue Corvette Stingray via the Corvette Museum Delivery program.

As of Monday afternoon, there were about 475 tickets remaining for the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premier Edition so more than half were sold and with ten or so days left before the winning ticket is pulled, both time and chances are running out to get in on this incredible contest. If you want your chance to win the $77k+ Premier Edition Stingray Coupe for just $250, click here to head to the National Corvette Museum website to place your order.

Even in the event that you do not win the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Premier Edition, the National Corvette Museum is a 501C3 non-profit organization so your raffle ticket can serve as a tax deduction for you – while also contributing to the fundraising efforts to help fix the Skydome sinkhole in addition to other projects and the basic cost of upkeep of the hallowed halls. Think of it this way – you arent buying a raffle ticket, you are making a $250 charitable donation to the National Corvette Museum and in doing so, you are giving yourself a 1 in 1,000 chance of winning the rarest of the 2014 Corvette Stingray Coupes.