Tickets for the raffle cost $150 each, and there will only be 2,009 tickets sold. The raffle is being held as part of the 15th anniversary celebrations of the National Corvette Museum, and the Grand Sport Coupe being auctioned off even features the National Corvette Museum's logo on the car's B-pillar. Other unique features include new chrome wheels, black headlamps, and a spoiler taken from the lightning-quick Corvette ZR1.
Inside, there are red two-tone leather seats and a special audio system with touch-screen navigation. For those that miss out on winning the unique car, there will also be a second prize of $10,000 and a third prize of $5,000 when the auction is held on Sunday, September 6th.
If $150 is a little too pricey for just the chance of winning a Corvette, there is also a $10 raffle for a 2010 Corvette Convertible with an unlimited number of tickets to be sold.