Bring home one of the most desirable Corvettes of all time.
Despite implications of mediocrity created by this name, the second generation Corvette was anything but. In fact, many enthusiasts believe that 1963 through 1967 model years are among the best for America’s Sports Car.
Thanks to Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn, Indiana, you can now enter to win a 1964 example packed with all of the features that made the second-generation Corvette so good. This beautiful 1964 Riverside Red matching numbers Corvette convertible Sting Ray is an American icon that could join your collection, for a fraction of the current collector car market value.
It features a 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.
If you have always wanted to own one of the most beautiful and coveted Corvettes of all time, this is your chance and all you have to do is enter to win by making a donation between $25 and $2,500 to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. The more you donate the more entries you will get and Motorious Readers get a bonus no matter how much you donate.
Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving and sharing Auburn’s rich automotive history. Proceeds from this raffle will go to help the museum continue its goal of providing unique educational experiences based on automotive history, essentially preserving the legacy of the National Historic Landmark building and the automotive collection and archives it holds.