Donate to this Automobile Museum and You Could Win a 1963 Corvette Stingray
It’s not every day that you get the chance to win a 1963 Riverside Red (original paint) matching numbers Corvette fuelie convertible Stingray. This all-original beauty could be yours for a mere $25. That small donation will give you 12 tickets for the sweepstakes.
All donations will go to the non-profit Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn, Indiana. When you support the museum by making a charitable gift, you help them fulfill their mission of providing unique educational experiences based on the history and legacy of the automotive industry. Their efforts to preserve and interpret the automotive collection, National Historic Landmark building, the archives, and the rich history cannot be accomplished without you and your support.
So, what are you waiting for? Donate today and enter to win! The drawing will be held Dec 27, 2021 at the museum, and you need not be present to win. You can also click here for the sweepstakes rules and regulations.
Chevy revealed to the world a brand new Corvette back in 1963. It was the biggest update to the Corvette in a decade. The ‘63 Vette had design elements from both the experimental Q-Corvette and Bill Mitchells Sting Ray dream car. The all-new Corvette was the most advanced Vette to date and had new purpose-built chassis featured four-wheel independent suspension big drum brakes (discs were still in development) with a 360hp iteration of the 327 cubic-inch small-block V8.
The 1963 Corvette is an American icon of the automobile industry and is easily one of the most recognizable shapes in automotive design. More 50 years since its launch, the C2 Corvette remains one of the most admired and coveted classic cars of all time.
So, take a chance on owning a legend and at the same time, help to support the history of classic American automobiles. Even if you do not win the grand prize, you can still feel good knowing you are helping to preserve the past.
Here are some other images of the 1963 Stingray that will eventually go home with one lucky winner.
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