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26th Annual Ronald McDonald House Collector Car Drawings

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Presented by Ronald McDonald House Central Valley

2019 marks the 26th year Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley has conducted a Collector Car Drawing. Each year their drawings get better and better. This year they’re giving away two amazing cars: a 2019 Callaway Corvette Z06 and a 1967 Corvette Sting Ray,.

“The Annual Collector Car Drawing is our biggest fundraiser every year.  Without it, we would not be able to keep our doors open day after day to provide a home away from home for families while their children are being treated in a local hospital.  YOUR SUPPORT IS INSTRUMENTAL TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR ORGANIZATION!”

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley

Suggested Donation Levels

USE CODE ‘DUPONT’ FOR BONUS ENTRIES

• $5 for 1
• $10 for 5
• $20 for 15
• $30 for 22 + 10 Bonus!
• $50 for 40 + 15 Bonus!
• $100 for 100 + 25 Bonus!
• $200 for 240 + 50 Bonus!
• $500 for 600 + 150 Bonus!


2019 Callaway Corvette Z06

Callaway has partnered with Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley again in 2019 by donating their Callaway SC757 Package. This upgrade will take the horsepower from 650 to 757 and the torque from 650 to 777. ​

In addition to the Callaway SC757 Package, this car also features the Callaway Sport Exhaust System. It’s not too loud, not too quiet, with a deep, powerful tone. The need for the GM multi-mode exhaust flaps is negated by Callaway’s unique “Single Acoustic Chamber” design, which replaces two separate mufflers, resulting in a unique, refined sound signature, with less exhaust restriction.


1967 Corvette Stingray

The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray was the last Corvette of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Although it was meant to be a redesign year, its intended successor the C3 was found to have some undesirable aerodynamic traits. ​

Changes were again modest: Five smaller front fender vents replaced the three larger ones, and flat-finish rockers sans ribbing conferred a lower, less chunky appearance. New was a single backup light, mounted above the license plate. The previous models’ wheel covers gave way to slotted six-inch Rally wheels with chrome beauty rings and lug nuts concealed behind chrome caps. Interior alterations were modest and included revised upholstery, and the handbrake moved from beneath the dash to between the seats. The convertible’s optional hardtop was offered with a black vinyl cover, which was a fad among all cars at the time.


Presented by Ronald McDonald House Central Valley

We started with One. One little girl diagnosed with cancer. One family needing support. One doctor that felt it necessary. One community that rallied together. One team and organization that partnered to see it through.

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