Categories: Giveaways

1964 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible offered for a charity giveaway

Dream Giveaway’s Last Classic Corvette the draw has been launched and we are very excited about the grand prize.

The great news is that the grand prize is a half-year Sting Ray. (That makes two that the Dream Givea-way is currently offering as a grand prize!) Split windows are getting harder and harder to find these days, but honestly, this ’64 Sting Ray convertible is a leader in its own right.

According to the NCRS shipping manifest, this Corvette Corvette is a sunny Southern California native that was sold new in La Habra, just outside of Los Angeles. A movie star car? It sure looks like it with its Tuxedo Black exterior, super rare silver covered seats, door panels and carpet, white convertible top and four-speed manual shifter. There’s even a body-colored auxiliary hardtop that comes with the car because it never rains in California, but it sure does everywhere, right?

Under the hood? That’s where you can practically hear a Hollywood director yelling, “Lights, Camera, Action!” and the camera zooms in to reveal a concours-restored fuel-injected 327ci V-8 rated at 375 horsepower (up 10 ponies from the previous year).

This spectacular mid-year Sting Ray is one of the nicest examples in the country, but you won’t be able to get your hands on it at a BJ auction. If you’d like, click here to enter and be sure to note that you’ll receive bonus tickets courtesy of every time you donate. (The minimum donation for this offer is $25, but you can donate as much as you want to increase your odds of winning!)

This gorgeous mid-year will look great in your driveway and is sure to be a trophy magnet whenever you take it to a car show. The National Corvette Restorer’s Society has awarded this magnificent Grand Corvette with multiple accolades including the coveted Zora Arkus Duntov Mark of Excellence Award and Top-Flight.

Entering to win is easy. Click here and get your tickets and those bonus tickets. A previous Dream Giveaway Corvette winner can attest to the importance of these bonus tickets because that’s how he won a ’71 Corvette LS6 Stingray in the drawing.

Only 1,325 “Fuelies” were built in 1964, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a prettier one than this Tuxedo Black on Silver convertible.

Aids veterans’ and children’s charities and click here enter now to win.


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