The 1.75 Millionth Corvette Could be Yours for $200 by Sebastien Bell August 19, 2020 Share Comments Love the mid-engined Corvette but can’t really afford it? Good news, you may be able to get one for the low, low price of $200. That’s because the National Corvette Museum is raffling it off. The Corvette in question is the 1,750,000th Corvette ever produced and pays tribute to the first, being painted in Arctic White with an Adrenaline Red interior. It also comes with the Z51 performance package, 3LT equipment group, 5-trident spoke wheels, the engine appearance package, front lift adjustable height and more, which isn’t an homage to anything, but is useful information to have. The winner of the Corvette will be picked on September 4th. Until then, it’ll live at the NCM. If you want in, though, you’ll have to act fast because there are only 1,500 raffle tickets being printed. “This type of milestone only comes around every 10 or so years for Corvette,” said Kai Spande, Bowling Green Assembly plant director. “For this landmark achievement to also be one of the early mid-engines is just awesome for us and for our customers. It’s an amazing time to be part of the Chevrolet brand.” Previous milestone cars include the millionth car, produced in 1992, and the 1.5 millionth built in 2009. Like this one, those both came in white with a red interior.