Anyone who has fantasized about parking Jeff Gordon’s personal C7 Corvette in their garage now has a shot during creation that dream a reality. The mythological four-time NASCAR champion is raffling off this head-turning 2019 Chevrolet C7 Corvette Grand Sport, and all deduction will go to account childhood cancer research.
As is typical for the C7 Grand Sport, Gordon’s car looks meant interjection to a finish aero package, including a Grand Sport’s conspicuous back spoiler, extended side rockers, and a large front splitter. Black aluminum wheels fill a fenders, measuring in during 19-inches in front and 20-inches in a rear. The whole shebang is draped in a ominous shade of Watkins Glen Grey Metallic, that is matched to a Jet Black interior finish.
Under that long hood sits a legendary GM 6.2L V8 LT1 engine that sends 460 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque to a back wheels around a seven-speed primer delivery with Active Rev Matching. Properly motivated, a Vette will strike 60 mph in a meagre 3.6 seconds.
Other notable facilities embody of Gordon’s Corvette GS embody slotted stop rotors matched to tradition red stop calipers, as good as resourceful Magnetic Ride Control suspension. The Grand Sport Heritage Package adds sum like Torch Red buffer marks, while a 2LT Package throws in exhilarated and ventilated seats, a Bose reward audio system, a head-up display, and CO fiber interior trim.
Add it all up, and a plaque on this bad child comes to $80,305. However, any raffle sheet costs usually $100.
This latest gift bid includes additional drawings formed on a sheet squeeze date. Tickets purchased between May and Jun 15th are also authorised for dual apart drawings, any for $5,000 in cash, while tickets purchased between Jun 16th and Jul 1st are usually authorised for a Corvette. Tickets are accessible during www.corvetteforacure.org.
Gordon hopes this latest bid will compare his prior raffles and lift an additional $1 million for childhood cancer research. So far, Jeff Gordon’s Corvette For A Cure module has lifted over $9 million to account less-toxic and some-more effective pediatric cancer treatments.
Earlier this year, we reported that Jeff Gordon’s Corvette Z06 C7.R sole for $600,000 during a 2019 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction in Arizona, once again as a means to account childhood cancer research.