Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Valley is yet again blowing everyone away with their annual car drawing. This year, their offering a 2020 Corvette (C8), 1966 Corvette Stingray and 1969 Camaro Pace Car. You can buy tickets for each car’s drawing individually, so if you really like one of these car’s specifically you can choose. Or, if you can’t make up your mind, you can buy tickets for all three drawings. The drawings will end on November 20, so be sure to act quick. If you use the code “DUPONT” when buying tickets, you’ll actually get a bonus ticket offers so be sure to use it! Ticket prices are as follows:
$5 for 1 $10 for 5 $20 for 15 $30 for 22 (+22 with code) $50 for 40 (+40 with code) $100 for 100 (+100 with code) $200 for 240 (+240 with code) $500 for 600 (+600 with code)
As always, this drawing benefits Ronald McDonald House Central Valley. The mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley is to provide a “Home Away from Home” and resources to children and their families. You can learn more by visiting RMHCCV.org.
About the Cars
2020 Corvette Stingray
When you completely reimagine a car as iconic as Corvette, you get a beautifully sculpted mid-engine sports car that makes a powerful statement. Not your everyday car, but a car you want to drive every day. And with aerodynamic components integrated throughout, its gorgeous form is functional.
This is an absolutely gorgeous 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe with a factory, all numbers matching, 427 390hp big block engine and factory 4-speed manual transmission. This is the one to own as it is a recipient of two NCRS Top Flight Awards with an average score of 96 points and a Bloomington Gold Certification within the last four years. This Corvette receive a lacquer repaint on a complete frame-on restoration to NCRS specifications that was finished by a Master NCRS Judge in 2017. All judging awards and score sheets are included with this gorgeous Corvette.
Enter to win this numbers matching 1969 Camaro Pace Car Convertible. Chevrolet only produced 3,675 Z11 optioned Camaros, making this a very rare find. All 1969 Camaro Pace Car edition vehicles were produced in beautiful Dover White with Hugger Orange stripe and had Houndstooth Bucket Seat Deluxe Interior. This Camaro has the L35 396/325hp engine, power convertible top, power steering, power disc brakes, factory air conditionaing, factory chambered dual exhaust system, along with the functional cowl induction hood.
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