Jeff Gordon’s Chevy Camaro ZL1 features a special black and gold paint scheme that was put together with the help of longtime Gordon sponsor Axalta Coating Systems and Hendrick Performance. The vehicle features contrasting matte gold paint on the front valance, side skirts and rear valance, along with matte gold-painted brake calipers featuring the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation logo. There’s also a custom engine plate bearing the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation logo, which emphasizes the car’s “1 of 1” exclusivity.
The matt gold hue was chosen as it is the official color of the childhood cancer awareness ribbon. A group of parents picked gold as the official color for the ribbon more than 20 years ago, as they believed the color “symbolizes how precious children are and the resiliency of childhood cancer heroes,” the foundation says.
Gordon’s Camaro ZL1 also left the factory with the optional 1LE Extreme Track Performance Package, which includes a unique front splitter, front dive planes, a rear wing, DSSV dampers and 19-inch wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagle F1 tires.
Tickets to enter this prize draw are available for purchase through the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation Camaro for a Cure website. All proceeds from ticket sales will directly benefit childhood cancer patients. Zach, a nine-year-old cancer patient that is currently in the recovery phase, but is still dealing with Acute Graft vs. Host Disease, is among those currently in need of and receiving support from the foundation.
In addition to the unique black-and-gold Camaro ZL1, the winner of this prize draw will also receive a $10,000 cash prize. All federal taxes for the winner will also be paid for by the foundation.