• Jul 30, 2009
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The National Corvette Museum is celebrating its 15th anniversary in style by raffling off a one of a kind Corvette Grand Sport. The Artic White Vette has a unique yet tasteful black hood treatment with Corvette Racing's Jack mascot painted at the center bulge with a red stripe outline. The NCM has also placed its own seal of approval on the Grand Sport by adding its logo to the car's B-pillar. The Corvette Grand Sport being raffled off also has a six speed manual transmission, dual mode exhaust and a ZR1-sourced rear spoiler.

Participation in the raffle is no cheap feat, as tickets cost a cool $150 each. The Corvette Museum is only raffling off 2,009 tickets, though, giving anyone that ponies up for tickets a relatively good shot at winning. Second prize is $10,000 and third prize is a great consolation win at $5,000. The special edition Vette will be raffled off on September 6 during the museum's 15th Anniversary Celebration.



[Source: National Corvette Museum via Corvette Blogger]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      JAKE mascot.
        • 5 Years Ago
        I wouldn't want to be Autoblog right now. You do NOT want to make Jake angry...
      • 5 Years Ago
      American Rice
      • 5 Years Ago
      A bit over the top.

      I like the black headlights, actually.

      The roof and B-pillar hoop should be transparent/blacked out.

      The stripe package is a bit flashy.

      Different wheels would be a must. Those thin chromies are just too "hot wheels" for a real car. Wheels are easy to change.

      But at that point, one could buy a corvette and do it up the way they want... instead of paying a couple grand for someone else's corvette. I don't play the lottery, or gamble otherwise either, though, so I guess I am not really the target for something like this. :D
      • 5 Years Ago
      its the wheels that kills this car. besides everything looks like the zr1 now.