Raffle of 1.75 Millionth Corvette Will Benefit NCM

Bowling Green, KY — Sixty-seven years after the first Corvette officially rolled off the assembly line in Flint, Mich., the 1.75 millionth will be produced in Bowling Green, Ky., this month.

Photo: National Corvette Museum

That Corvette, an Arctic White Coupe with Adrenaline Red interior featuring the Z51 performance package, will be on display at the National Corvette Museum before being awarded in a Sept. 4 raffle that’s part of the museum’s 26th Anniversary Celebration.

The car will be delivered via the Corvette Museum Delivery program, which provides a red carpet V.I.P. experience for the winner and up to three accompanying guests.

All proceeds from the sale of 1,500 raffle tickets will benefit the museum.

“It’s exciting that in just 11 years Bowling Green Assembly has produced 250,000 Corvettes,” said Dr. Sean Preston, President and CEO of the National Corvette Museum. “No other sports car can claim that kind of production volume or enthusiast following.”