While we are all ultimately here for our passion of the automobile, specifically the Corvette, we need to remember that there are those who are less fortunate. The importance of helping others should never wean regardless, but when we can combine that with one of our own passions, it really makes the process that much more rewarding.
1967 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible
- All numbers matching Sting Ray
- Complete frame-off restoration
- 427-ci V8 engine, making 435 hp
- four-speed manual transmission
- Rally Red fresh paint & black stripe
- Plush red interior
- Black canvas soft top
- Factory side exhaust pipes
- Aluminum wheels with red-line tires
According to their site, The Central Valley Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” for families while their children are being treated in a local medical facility. Guests who stay in one of our 18 rooms enjoy: two queen full-size beds, satellite TV, and a restroom. Families share common living areas such as: kitchens, living rooms, computer labs, and laundry rooms.
If you are a Corvette lover, we don’t need to tell you this is one great example of a C2 Sting Ray. There were 22,940 Corvettes produced this year, and were sold at $4,240 in the base-model configuration. The bulge in the hood was unique to the big-block cars but was redesigned into a scoop for this year, and the parking brake was changed to a center-mounted lever. This 427-ci motor featured solid lifters and was the last offered with fuel injection for 15 years, until 1982.
There are so many great Corvettes out there to choose from, but the C2 generation Vettes are well loved by the masses. If we were to pick a classic Corvette to cruise the roads with, top down, on a warm summer night, it doesn’t get much better then this. While the current value of this car may be up to interpretation due to restoration and the amount of existing original hardware, it is worth mentioning that this car is worth well over $100,000 more then it cost when originally sold. Not a bad investment!
So why not pick up a few tickets? There are a lot of families out there that could use our help, and lending a hand is important when you have the means. That being said, one lucky winner will be driving away one awesome Vette and a bag of cash!
Ticket Prices are structured as follows:
- $3 for 1 ticket
- $10 for 5 tickets
- $20 for 15 tickets
- $30 for 22 tickets
- $50 for 40 tickets
- $100 for 100 tickets
- $200 for 240 tickets
- $500 for 600 tickets
- $1000 for 1200 tickets
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