Pair of Lingenfelter Corvettes awaits in Dream Giveaway

Pair of Lingenfelter Corvettes awaits in Dream Giveaway

Grand prize includes a 1965 Sting Ray and 2018 Grand Sport

New Lingenfelter Corvette Grand Sport is other half of the grand prize

The next Dream Giveaway features a pair of stunning Chevrolet Corvettes — one vintage, one brand new, and both massaged by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. One winner gets both collectible cars (and $50,000 to cover taxes).

The 2018 Corvette Dream Giveaway, brought to you by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, is a nationwide drawing sponsored by New Beginning Children’s Homes. The sponsor, a 501(c)(3) organization, is a provider of long-term residential care, giving foster children a safe, family atmosphere where they can heal, grow, and be loved.

People can enter to win both Corvettes by making a tax-deductible donation to help benefit a selection of charities, including Honor Flight of West Central Florida, National Guard Educational Foundation, Smile Network International, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Bright Pink and Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries. 

The vintage Corvette is a highly collectible 1965 Sting Ray. Although stock-looking on the outside, underneath its fiberglass is a full restomod restoration, including wider wheels, quick-stopping big-brakes and a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering-prepared fuel-injected LS3 small-block V-8 and modern Tremec 5-speed manual transmission.

The classic Corvette wears Arctic White with a red-leather interior, with air conditioning and power steering, brakes and windows. 

The brand new ’Vette is a Lingenfelter Grand Sport. Standard equipment includes Grand Sport performance suspension; magnetic ride control, slotted brake rotors, electronic limited-slip differential (with cooler), performance exhaust, performance gear ratios and dry-sump oil system. 

This modern muscle machine is equipped with extra-cost factory options, including Grand Sport aluminum wheels, 8-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, carbon fiber visible package, carbon flash badge package, battery protection package and premium equipment group 3LT.

Custom features not found on production Corvettes include special fender emblems, black-and-red hood callouts, blacked-out roof panel, body-colored A pillars and high-performance rear fascia callouts.

Like the ’65, this cool Corvette is Arctic White with Adrenaline Red with suede NAPA inserts seats, microfiber-wrapped trim and leather-wrapped door panels and console.

Empowering the Grand Sport is Chevrolet’s new LT1 small-block. A stock Corvette Grand Sport cranks out 460 hp. Lingenfelter’s horsepower experts set out to give this classic two seater a little more power so they ported and polished the cylinder heads, installed a super-powered cam, uploaded a high-performance tune and increased the LS3’s output to 600 horsepower.

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering was founded over 42 years ago and is a globally recognized brand in the performance industry.

Whether you donate $3 for a single ticket or $5,000 or more, your donation may be tax deductible. To enter to win two of the world’s best-driving Corvettes plus $50,000 toward the prize taxes go to https://www.dreamgiveaway.com/tickets/corvette?promo=CL0418C3, and you double your tickets with any donation of $25 or more.

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