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THE NCM IS RAFFLING FOUR C8 CORVETTE STINGRAY COUPES

Prices For The Raffle Tickets Will Vary

2020 2021 2022 C8 Corvette Stingray Coupe Convertible
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The National Corvette Museum has transitioned from their popular raffles of C7 Corvettes, to the 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray. All information on how to enter is on their website, and they are allowing online and mail in options in light of state lockdowns and social distancing measures.

First up, with a fast approaching deadline, is a build your own C8 Corvette option. The winner will be allowed to select their colors and options. If, for some reason, you enter a Corvette raffle without the intention to win a Corvette, you can also walk away with a $60,000 cash prize. 1,500 tickets for the inaugural NCM C8 raffle are available at $250 each, with the entries closing on Friday, April 24, 2020 at 3:00 PM central time.

C8 Corvette NCM Raffle
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Next is a black on black 3LT C8 Corvette with the Z51 package. It also features carbon flash wheels with red brake calipers. There are unlimited entries for this car, at $20 each. While it’s the least expensive raffle option, expect it to have the most entries, as well. The deadline for the raffle is Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 3:00 PM central time.

C8 Corvette NCM Raffle
Photo by Chevrolet/NCM

A Torch Red 3LT Coupe with black interior is next on offer. This car features just about every option except the Z51 performance package, which could be a deal breaker for some. But with just 300 tickets offered at $150, you have a greater chance to win this one than the black Z51 car. The raffle ends Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 2:00 PM central time.

Photo by Chevrolet/NCM

Finally, there is a lower spec Elkhart Lake Blue 2LT model with black interior available. This model does include the GT2 seats, memory front nose lift, engine appearance package, and other options. 2000 tickets are going for $100 each. This Corvette also has the latest deadline, at Friday, May 29, 2020 at 2:30 PM central time.

With 2020 Corvette orders halted, this is one of your only chances to try to get your hands on the desirable first model year of the first mid-engined Corvette. If you enter and happen to win, be sure to let us know!

Written by Sam George

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