National Corvette Museum Reveals 30th Anniversary Raffle Corvette

Z06 Convertible Raffle Revealed

Today, the National Corvette Museum revealed a special 30th Anniversary Z06 Convertible raffle. Featuring a one-of-a-kind Tech Bronze Graphics Package, natural two-tone GT2 seats, and 3LZ equipment package, this Z06 is spec’d out to be the ultimate rolling salute and celebration of the National Corvette Museum’s 30th Anniversary. At the same time, every raffle ticket bought supports the Museum’s mission.

Licensed by the Kentucky Department of Charitable Gaming with license number ORG0000854, get your chance to win this one-of-a-kind Z06 by visiting: Tickets are $350 each, with only 1994 tickets available in honor of the year the National Corvette Museum opened.

National Corvette Museum 30th Anniversary Raffle Z06 Convertible options include:

  • One-of-a-Kind National Corvette Museum 30th Anniversary Tech Bronze Graphics Package
  • Performance Exhaust with Black Exhaust Tips
  • Spider-Design Tech Bronze Forged Aluminum Wheels
  • Black-Painted Brake Calipers
  • 3LZ Equipment Group
  • Natural GT2 Bucket Seats with Carbon Fiber Trim
  • Stealth Interior Trim Package includes Dark Finish Aluminum on Speaker Grilles, Air Vents, and Console Trim Plate
  • Front Lift Adjustable Height with Memory
  • Carbon Flash Exterior Side Vents and Front/Rear Accents
  • Carbon Flash Exterior Badge Package
  • Carbon Flash-Painted Carbon Fiber Ground Effects include Front Splitter and Rockers
  • 5.5 Liter V8 Direct Injection High-Output Flat Plane Crank 8600 RPM Redline Engine
  • 8-speed Dual Clutch Transmission with 5.56 Performance Ratio Rear Axle
  • Power-Retractable Convertible Hardtop can be raised or lowered at speeds up to 30 MPH
  • HD Front and Rear Vision Cameras
  • Corvette Museum Delivery
  • Please note: Due to unforeseen issues, some vehicle options may not be available as ordered.

This unique 30th Anniversary Corvette Z06 isn’t just a car–it’s a supersonic sculpture built on a bed of unadulterated horsepower. This Z06 transcends mere speed; it’s a rolling National Corvette Museum statement piece. Enter today for your chance to win!

30th Anniversary and Corvette Caravan Details
With Labor Day weekend quickly approaching, announcing the 30th Anniversary raffle Corvette is just one of the Corvette-centric activities for the National Corvette Museum 30th Anniversary.

With new events added to the agenda daily, the National Corvette Museum is the see-and-be-seen-at Corvette event of the year. Highlights include:

    • Corvettes of every generation (and customization) as 3,000 Corvettes descend on the National Corvette Museum for four days of non-stop, high-horsepower action.
    • Tackle the track with Corvette E-Ray and Stingray touring laps, available at the NCM Motorsports Park.
    • An engine build demonstration from the Bowling Green Assembly Plant (BGAP) Performance Build Center team.
    • National Corvette Museum Collections Staff presented ‘Artifact Pit Stops,’ including details about the Corvettes buried in the infamous Sinkhole.
    • Edge-of-your-seat presentations on technology, performance, and safety from the Corvette brand team, Mobil 1, Michelin, ESCORT Radar Detectors, and more.
    • An appearance by current NY-LA Cannonball record holders Doug Tabbutt and co-driver Arne Toman, sharing their experience driving cross-country firsthand.
    • The 2024 Corvette Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, with Corvette Racing Drivers Oliver Gavin and Jan Magnussen, Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Jeuchter, and legendary automotive photographer Richard Prince honored (available as a separate registration).
    • A Saturday night Corvette celebration and free headlining concert in downtown Bowling Green, KY.

Event pre-registration is encouraged and closes on August 5th. The cost to attend is $50 for National Corvette Museum Lifetime Members, $60 for Members, and $85 for Non-Members. Learn more at

About The National Corvette Museum
The National Corvette Museum, a 501(c)3, not-for-profit foundation, is where Adrenaline Meets Tradition by serving as an educational and research institution with the mission of educating worldwide audiences on the evolution of the Corvette—America’s Sports Car—through the collection, preservation, and celebration of its legacy. Located a mile from General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant, which has manufactured every Corvette since 1981, the Museum Campus features 115,000 square feet of Exhibit and event space, more than 100 historically significant Corvettes, 50,000 Corvette artifacts, and the NCM Motorsports Park.

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