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Museum Raffles 2002 Red Corvette Coupe In Time For The Holidays

Raffle Limited To 500 Tickets

An exciting “500 ticket” raffle on a new 2002 Corvette coupe is underway at the National Corvette Museum until December 7th, 2001. Tickets will be offered at $250 each on the 2002 Torch Red Corvette Coupe, that will be given away prior to the Christmas holiday on Friday, December 7th, 2001 at 12:00 p.m. CT. Tickets are available online at: http://www.corvettemuseum.com/2002raffle/index.shtml or by calling (800) 53-VETTE.

The striking red raffle car sports a black leather interior and is complete with the Head-Up display feature, memory package option, automatic transmission, side-moldings and the polished aluminum wheel option. The winner will also receive the highly requested “Museum Delivery” (R8C option) treatment at the time of pickup, which includes a one-year membership to the Museum, a Museum delivery decal and plaque, new owner orientation with Museum staff, and a personal tour of the Museum and Corvette Assembly Plant. “We feel that the torch red Corvette will make a wonderful Christmas gift for a lucky winner,” said Fundraising Coordinator, Andy Roderick. “Only 500 tickets will be sold, so the odds are great for anyone interested in participating.”

The winner of the Corvette raffle must be at least 18 years old, and need not be present to win. Available to participants worldwide, the raffle is void where prohibited by law. Winner is responsible for all taxes, fees and licenses. Tickets and additional information on the 2002 Corvette Coupe raffle are available on our website at: http://www.corvettemuseum.com or by calling (800) 53-VETTE.

Bobbie Jo Lee
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http://www.corvettemuseum.com
 

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Tempting :D

The ultimate R8C option!!!

Move to the new NCM forum ???

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