If you’re a Camaro fan like we are, you know how loved, coveted and collectible Indy 500 Camaro Pace Cars could be. If you need proof; look no further than the examples from 1967, 1969, 1982 and 1993. Of course the Camaro has been called upon for Indy duties several times since then, and each of them are very unique in their own way.
Recently, our friends at Dream Giveaway have acquired two 2021 examples to offer up our readers. In addition, $14,0000 cash will be awarded to the winners to cover taxes. We should clarify, TWO lucky winners will get to WIN each of these cars, and the $14k. It’s an awesome opportunity to win a future collectible classic. ENTER HERE to earn free additional tickets.
“Last year marked the 105th running of the legendary Indianapolis 500, where 33 drivers did 200 laps around the famous Brickyard. And while the IndyCar event really needs no introduction, automakers have supplied the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with festival cars to promote the event every year since the early 1960s. And just like last year, that honor has been bestowed upon Chevrolet with its 2021 Chevrolet Camaro Indy 500 festival cars.” — Musclecarsandtrucks.com
Enter to Win a 2021 Chevrolet Indy Camaro SS Convertible
Only 51 specially built Camaro SS convertibles have the designation of “festival” or “parade” cars for last year’s 105th running of the Indianapolis 500. We have two of them and we’re giving them away to two lucky ticket holders.
Don’t miss this opportunity to win these Indy 500 Camaro SS convertibles in our first-ever Indy Camaro Dream Giveaway.
These Identical-Twin Camaros Took Identical Spins Around the Indy Racetrack
Annually, an automobile manufacturer supplies 51 identical convertibles to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for use on and off the track. Since 2002, Chevrolet has had the honor of supplying these convertibles.
Indy festival car convertibles stay busy in Indianapolis for the month of May and appear at publicity events. They continue their duty as “official cars” through the NASCAR Brickyard 400 in July. Then, they are retired from duty and quickly bought by Indianapolis-area Chevrolet dealers as centerpieces for their car showrooms.
Very rarely do these festival cars land in private collectors’ hands so this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance. These grand-prize Camaros are actual official cars of the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500. They are not replica pace cars, which the manufacturers offer to the public as limited editions.
Two Grand-Prize Winners Explained
When you enter to win the Indy Camaro Dream Giveaway, every ticket you hold has a chance to win either of these Indy Camaro convertibles.
At the end of the sweepstakes, the person with the first lucky ticket chosen will have his or her choice of either Camaro convertible. The person with the second lucky ticket chosen will receive the second Camaro convertible. The Camaros are identical except for color.
Both grand-prize winners will also have the choice of receiving a cash alternative grand-prize. If the person with the first lucky ticket chooses the alternate cash prize, then the person with the second lucky ticket will have his or her choice of either Camaro.
High Performance V-8? For You, Of Course!
These 2021 Camaro 2SS convertibles features a 6.2L V-8 engine capable of 455 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque.
Performance numbers are right in line with the powerful engines. Expect 0 to 60 mph times of 4 seconds and top speeds of nearly 180 miles per hour.
One Button Convertible-Top Operation
Do you remember the old days when you’d have to pull to the side of the road, get out of your Camaro, manually raise the convertible top and then latch it to the front windshield frame?
The new one-button convertible top on these 2021 Camaro 2SS convertibles makes life a breeze. The fully automatic soft-top fully deploys with a push-button control or a remote key fob. You don’t even have to pull to the side of the road to deploy as the top can go up or down at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. And those pesky lock-down latches from the old days. They’re no longer required as the convertible top latches itself down automatically. How cool is that?
These Indy 500 Camaros Want to Be in Your Driveway.
These 2021 Indy Camaro 2SS Convertibles include these “born-with” options:
• Shock and Steel Special Edition (a $2,995 extra cost)
• 10-speed Automatic Transmission (a $1,595 extra cost)
Don’t miss your chance to win these two 2021 Indy 500 Camaro 2SS converibles. Plus, if you are one of the two lucky grand-prize winners, we will also pay out $14,000 for the federal prize taxes.
Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.