It never ends; Dream Giveaway continues to bring you amazing vehicles to potentially win, and with each passing year, they just keep getting better and better! They’ve been giving away Corvettes for years now, and since 2014, we’ve been helping them award people from all over the country with a set of keys to not one, but two Corvettes!
For 2020, things are no different. Well, we take that back, they are. Because although they’ve been offering up a brand new Vette alongside a classic example for the last several years, this is the first year where we finally get to see the mid-engine C8 in the fold. In addition, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering is also involved; speccing out a 2020 Corvette with some cosmetic and performance touches, as well as having their hand in building an LS3-swapped ’62 Corvette that you also win with the C8!
Dream Giveaway sent us all of the official info this morning, and has provided our readers with an exclusive link — allowing you to legit DOUBLE your entry for every ticket that you buy? More tickets you buy, the more chances you could win — HERE. Better still, a portion of the proceeds go to charity and Dream Giveaway will also kick in $45,000 for the taxes. You can learn more about each car below
Enter To Win a Brand-New Mid-Engine Corvette Stingray
The Chevrolet Corvette the entire world has been waiting for can now be yours. Enter today for your chance to win a brand-new 2020 Corvette Stingray, the first mid-engine model in the make’s 68-year history.
This game-changing eighth-generation Corvette is fully loaded and waiting to come home with you. It features Torch Red Paint, a 6.2L V-8 engine, the 3LT Premium Equipment Package, the Z51 Performance Package and an MSRP of more than $90,000.
General Motors is sold out of all 2020 Corvettes —the first time ever— but we have one set aside for you if you’re the winner.
You read that right. This brand-spanking-new 2020 Corvette Stingray can be yours when you enter and win the 2020 Corvette Dream Giveaway powered by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
Keep reading because it’s only half the grand prize. Just wait until you see what comes along with it.
For the full spec sheet on this amazing car, click HERE.
Plus Win a Matching 1962 Corvette Roadster
If you have the lucky ticket, then you’ll also bring home a magnificent 1962 Corvette roadster with removable hard top, which could win First place at any car show.
The car experts at the Dream Giveaway Garage handpicked this timeless American sports car for die-hard car guys (and ladies) like you. It features a no-expense-spared restoration sporting flawless Salsa Red exterior paint, soft-and-supple Flame Red leather-wrapped seats, an incredible ZR1-style hood with engine-reveal insert, a custom front grille fabricated from 1957 and 1958 Corvettes and big-dollar restomod upgrades from bumper to bumper.
Plus, when you enter and win, you’ll never have to worry about carburetors and fouled plugs again. This grand-prize SEMA-quality show car features a 430hp, 376ci LS3 engine, a 4L65-E automatic transmission, an Art Morrison chassis, Wildwood brakes, and beefy 17-inch wheels and tires. Less than 200 miles were driven on this amazing Corvette since its restoration was completed last year.
Friends, make no doubt about it. This first-generation Corvette trumps other classic cars in both the good looks and performance departments. It will make an amazing centerpiece in your home garage.
So, help out veterans’ and children’s charities today with your generous donation and you’ll be one step closer to putting this pair of timeless Corvettes — the world’s first mid-engine Corvette and a jaw-dropping 1962 Corvette roadster — in your garage.
Plus, we’ll pay $45,000 for the taxes and fly you to Clearwater, Florida, to accept the keys to both cars. Enter now.
For details on this LS3-powered throwback classic, click HERE.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, 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.