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The all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is a smash hit for the automaker. Switching from a front to a mid-engine design was a risk worth taking. Not surprisingly, the orders came flooding in and, for a time, it was rumored that the entire 2020 model year stock had been sold out. Fortunately, that wasn't the case but the production start date was delayed due to the UAW strike. Unfortunately, the 2020 model year has since been cut short because the Corvette factory, like all other automaker factories, have been forced to shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak. It's currently unknown when it'll reopen. This means that anyone who didn't already place an order will have to wait until sometime in 2021.
Or, they could enter up to three raffles courtesy of the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
Beginning later this month, it will be raffling off three brand new C8 Corvettes for those who purchased tickets. Fortunately, anyone can buy these raffle tickets online, with the only restrictions being one must be at least 18 years old and be physically located in Kentucky at the time of purchase, though you don't have to be a state resident.
Those who don't live in Kentucky and wish to buy tickets can do so via credit card and use the NCM's official website to interactively create an order form, though you'll need access to a printer when creating the order. Another option is to download the order form and send back to NCM to process.
As for the C8s up for grabs, it appears two have already been built, while the third is a build yourself option, though this one has the highest ticket price of $250 and is limited to 1,500 tickets with the raffle drawing being held on April 24.
The second two, a Black coupe with the Z51 Performance Package and a Torch Red coupe, will be raffled off on April 25 and 30, respectively. Torch Red coupe ticket prices are $150 each and are once again limited to 1,500. As for the Black coupe, tickets are only $20 a pop and an unlimited number are available.