Corvette Dream Giveaway for 2021 Takes it to the Next Level


Our friends at Dream Giveaway are back at it again with a pair of Corvettes up for grabs; a 2021 C8 and a 1961 C1 that have both been tuned by Lingenfelter Performance. Enter to WIN, and the more tickets you acquire, the more you’ll earn for free, from us! ENTER HERE

Official Release:

All-New Giveaway – Win a Brand-New Mid-Engine Corvette Stingray —

Plus Bring Home This SEMA-Quality Custom ’61 Corvette Convertible


2021 Corvette Stingray

“Experience the ultimate balance of design and performance of the 2021 Corvette, the mid-engine marvel that continues to carve its legacy with every push of the ignition.” — Chevrolet (2021)

Win a Brand-New Mid-Engine 2021 Corvette C8

The Corvette the entire world has been asking for can be yours — the new mid-engine 2021 Corvette Stingray. Make a donation today to help out eight great charities and you’ll be one step closer to parking this revolutionary, all-American sports car in your garage.

The 2021 Corvette Stingray continues the C8’s tradition of a mid-engine placement, like a Ferrari or a Lamborghini. Motor Trend named it “Car of the Year” for 2020, beating out the Porsche 911 Carrera S and the Audi A8, among others.

The first-ever production mid-engine Corvette represents the fastest, most powerful entry-level Corvette that Chevrolet has ever built. But that’s just the start because this grand-prize Stingray now pumps out nearly 600 horsepower thanks to Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, known for its GM performance and horsepower.

Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now.

This Special Order Corvette = Your Dream Come True

Have you ever wanted a Corvette that you’ll cherish forever? We have you covered. When you enter and win, your new 2021 Corvette Stingray comes with nearly every factory option available this year, plus upgrades from Continental Tire, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering and American Car Craft.

Check out this incredible list of factory options:
• Silver Flare Metallic exterior
• Adrenaline Red leather interior
• 6.2L LT2 High Output V-8 engine
• 8-speed automatic transmission
• Performance rear axle
• 3LT Premium equipment package (an $11,950 extra cost)
• Z51 Performance package (a $5,995 extra cost)
• Z51 Performance suspension with Magnetic Ride Control (a $1,895 extra cost)
• Engine appearance package (a $995 extra cost)
• Battery protection package (a $100 extra cost)
• Visible carbon fiber outside mirrors (a $1,245 extra cost)
• Jake logo wheel center caps (a $250 extra cost)
• Visible carbon fiber roof panel (a $2,495 extra cost)
• Chrome exterior badge package (a $100 extra cost)
• Edge Red painted calipers (a $595 extra cost)
• 19-inch front and 20-inch rear Carbon Flash painted aluminum wheels (a $995 extra cost)
• 6.2L engine cover in Edge Red (a $525 extra cost)
• Visible carbon-fiber grille insert (a $2,095 extra cost)
• Lug nuts in black (a $225 extra cost)
• Front and rear splash guards in black (a $250 extra cost)
• Torch Red seat belt color (a $395 extra cost)
• Competition Sport bucket seats (a $500 extra cost)
• Personalized plaque (a $200 extra cost)
• Contoured cargo area liners with Jake logo (a $145 extra cost)
• Carbon-fiber interior trim (a $1,500 extra cost)
• All-weather floor liners with Jake logo (a $205 extra cost)
• Illuminated door sill plates with Stingray logo (a $345 extra cost)

Win America’s Most Talked About Two-Seat Sports Car

Enter with your donation and with a little luck you’ll bring home the most talked about American sports car ever produced.

The Lingenfelter 2021 Corvette Stingray delivers nearly 600 hp. We’re waiting on verified performance stats, but here’s a teaser for you. The stock 2021 Corvette blasts from zero-to-60-mph in 2.8 seconds, through the quarter-mile in 11.2 seconds at 122 mph and brags a top speed of over 190 mph. Even with all that power, the new Corvette gets 15 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.

Take it from the car experts at Motor Trend, “The C8 is not only powerful, but, dare we say, it’s also the most premium-feeling Corvette that Chevrolet has ever made.”

Enter now.

Put Your Name on Both Corvettes

Enter to win today and your lucky ticket numbers could contain something very special —the winning ticket to the 2021 Corvette Dream Giveaway.

Dream Giveaway winners come from all walks of life, including policemen, factory workers, active and retired military servicemen, mailmen, medical professionals and a whole lot more. Let it be your turn to win the grand-prize package of a lifetime.

Today’s the day to get the entries that could put this amazing eighth-generation Corvette Stingray and a fully restored custom 1961 Corvette in your garage. Plus, we’ll pay $43,000 for the taxes. Enter now.

Custom 1961 Corvette

“First-generation Corvettes have become increasingly popular as raw material for the Resto Modding treatment, for two very good reasons. The first-generation cars, comprising model years 1953 through 1962, are genuine classics of American automotive design, and builders enjoy a treasure trove of choices in upgrading every aspect of their performance.” — Mecum Auctions

Win a Custom 1961 Corvette Convertible

Are you ready to bring home one of the world’s finest custom ’61 Corvette convertibles just by helping out eight great charities?

Here it is — a 525hp custom 1961 Corvette convertible with a no-expense-spared restoration. Enter and win, and you’ll put this incredible first-generation Corvette and a brand-new 2021 Corvette Stingray in your garage, plus we’ll pay $43,000 for the taxes.

Sound good? Keep reading and we will tell you more about this awesome 1961 Corvette convertible.

It’s Got the Looks that Thrill.

What do you get when you take a classic first-generation Corvette and restore it with money being no object? Meet this pulse-pounding custom 1961 Corvette roadster, which could bring home Best of Show in national competition.

This custom ’61 Corvette is all about old-school looks, but underneath its skin it is all about modern Corvette performance, thanks to a 376ci LS3 V-8 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Less than 100 miles have been put on this amazing Corvette since its restoration was completed in 2020. The build cost exceeded $250,000.

This classic first-generation Vette features a SEMA-quality show car paint job, French-stitched leather bucket seats, four-wheel disc brakes, and coilover suspension.

Plus, this rockin’ roadster includes a Corvette Corrections chassis, powdercoated chassis and headers, a Dana 44 rear end, independent rear suspension, specially selected Continental performance tires, 19-inch Budnik wheels and Magnaflow dual exhaust.

Our favorite feature on this voluptuous Vette is the electrically operated hood, which you raise and lower from the comfort of your driver’s seat. Not even a new mid-engine Corvette has that.

Enter to win now. Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you.

It’s Yours. All Yours.

Enter to win today and you’ll be one giant step closer to being the new owner of this incredible 1961 Corvette convertible. How incredible? Let’s just say you’d expect this custom Corvette to belong in the private collection of a Hollywood celebrity or a professional sports athlete.

But like you, past Corvette Dream Giveaway winners come from all walks of life, including policemen, factory workers, active and retired military servicemen, mailmen, medical professionals and a whole lot more.

So, imagine your family and friend’s startling reactions when you show them this concours-quality classic Corvette custom and a brand-new 2021 Corvette Stingray parked in your driveway and they are all yours free and clear, just because today you decided to help out charity and get your entries to win.

To recap, if you’re the winner, you’ll put this fully restored 1961 Chevrolet Corvette convertible and a brand-new 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray —the new mid-engine C8— in your garage. Plus, we will pay $43,000 for the taxes so you don’t have to. This once-in-a-lifetime prize package will not be repeated. Enter now.

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