The National Corvette Museum is a must-visit for any diehard Vette enthusiast. Located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, just a few minutes away from the GM Bowling Green Assembly facility where General Motors has built every single Chevrolet Corvette model for nearly four decades, the Museum operates as a nonprofit organization, and as such, hosts fundraising efforts from time to time. Now, the National Corvette Museum will raffle off the last C7 Chevrolet Corvette GS Convertible ever built.
The droptop Chevrolet Corvette in question is covered in Blade Silver Metallic paint, which is paired to a black roof. There are Carbon Flash treatments for the ground effects, sideview mirrors, hood stringer stripe, and badging. Black-painted aluminum wheels and red brake calipers take up the corners.
The last C7 Chevrolet Corvette GS Convertible also come with Magnetic Ride Control suspension, a multi-mode performance exhaust system, Adrenaline Red leather interior, heated and ventilated seats, and a 10-speaker Bose audio system.
This particular Vette was built on August 30th, 2019, just before the UAW strike against General Motors went into effect. The final production date for the C7 Chevrolet Corvette was November 14th, 2019.
The last C7 Chevrolet Corvette GS Convertible will be raffled Thursday, February 20th. In addition to the car, the winner will also get the Museum Delivery program option, which includes a VIP guided tour of the Museum, as well as an orientation and presentation of the new vehicle.
Raffle tickets are $150, and are limited to 1,500 tickets total. Check out the National Corvette Museum website for further details, and make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet Corvette news, Chevrolet news, and around-the-clock GM news coverage.
Source: National Corvette Museum