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You Could Win a Corvette From Three Different Generations

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Win a Lingenfelter 2021 Corvette Stingray AND a SEMA-quality Custom 1961 Corvette or a fully restored 1966 Corvette from Dream Giveaway

When it comes to raffling off some pretty cool cars and trucks to benefit various charities, the folks at Dream Giveaway never fail to disappoint.

Since 2008 the Dream Giveaway® brand has been licensed by a variety of 501(c)(3) charitable organizations for the purpose of conducting sponsored fundraising promotions. Since that time donations received from millions of individual donors to these sponsored Dream Giveaway promotions have delivered millions of dollars in unrestricted funds to the individual sponsor charities and a variety of grant recipients. These funds have helped provide important assistance to veterans, hospitalized children, cancer victims, the homeless, victims of natural disasters, and other worthwhile causes.

Your donation to win a Dream Giveaway prize to New Beginning Children’s Homes a 501(c)(3) organization (Federal ID# 27-5011514) is 100% tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

The Corvettes

2021 and 1961 Corvette Dream Giveaway

2021 Corvette Stingray

This mid-engine Corvette is packed to the gills with performance, style and excitement.

Let’s start with its eye-grabbing color combo, Silver Flare Metallic exterior with Adrenaline Red premium leather interior. Is it attention getting enough for you?

That brings us to its horsepower – nearly 600, thanks to Lingenfelter Performance Engineering – which can propel its naturally aspirated factory V-8 down the quarter mile in 11.2 seconds and a top speed of 194 miles per hour.

Add in no less than 22 extra-cost factory options including the Z51 Performance Package and FE5 Performance Suspension with Magnetic Selective Ride Control, and an MSRP of more than $93,000, and this is the ultimate brand-new mid-engine 2021 Corvette for you to win.

Keep reading because the second-half of this grand prize package brings the term spectacular to a whole new level.

SEMA-Quality Custom 1961 Corvette

If you have the lucky ticket, you’ll also bring home this custom 1961 Corvette convertible. With a build cost of over $250,000, you’ll be in awe of its frame-off, restomod-style restoration, which includes master-level silver paint, Flame Red leather-wrapped seats, and cost-is-no-object upgrades from bumper to bumper.

1961 Corvette Dream GiveawayThis sensational early-’60s Corvette comes with a 525hp, fuel-injected V-8 engine, a six-speed manual gearbox, power windows, steering and brakes, a Corvette Corrections chassis, air conditioning, adjustable coilovers and specially selected performance Continental tires on 19-inch Budnik wheels. Less than 100 miles have been put on this classic Corvette since its restoration was completed in 2020.

1961 Corvette Dream GiveawayHelp out veterans’ and children’s charities today with your donation and you’ll be one step closer to putting this pair of premium Corvettes — this brand-new 2021 Corvette Stingray and this custom 1961 Corvette roadster — in your garage.

Plus, the folks at Dream Giveaway will pay $43,000 for the taxes. Enter now and the bigger your donation, the more bonus tickets you’ll get!

Fully Restored 1966 Corvette Sting Ray

1966 Corvette Dream GiveawayIf classic Corvettes get your blood pumping, then you’re in the right place. The Dream Giveaway Garage hand-picked a fully restored Corvette from this sport car’s most popular generation for you to win.

Get ready to make this big-block 1966 Corvette convertible with all the right factory speed parts— a 427ci V-8 engine, a four-speed manual transmission and dual exhaust — yours … all yours?

Bathed in an Ermine White exterior and draped in an original-style interior, this ’66 Corvette looks great in the Dream Giveaway Garage but will look even better in your driveway.

1966 Corvette Dream GiveawayThis special-ordered 1966 Corvette was born in December 1965 with all the style and speed that gave the Corvette the title of “America’s favorite sports car!” Its long list of special-ordered factory options includes a 427ci/390hp big-block engine, four-speed manual transmission, Positraction, power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioning (super rare on a big-block Corvette!), AM/FM radio with power antenna, Teakwood steering wheel and cast knockoff wheels. It is the most highly optioned classic Corvette we have ever given away.

If you Enter now the bigger your donation, the more extra bonus tickets you’ll get. Plus, if you’re the winner, the folks at Dream Giveaway will pay $30,000 for taxes.

Source:  Dream Giveaway

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