Eli Manning Auctions Off the C6 He Won at the Super Bowl for COVID-19 Relief

As the MVP of the 2012 Super Bowl, Eli Manning won something much better than a simple trophy, he won a C6 Corvette. And he has donated it for auction with the All-In Challenge.

The All-In Challenge seeks to provide food for children, the elderly, and frontline workers who are struggling to with food security. The challenge has so far raised more than $32 million to combat coronavirus-related hunger.

The car is a 2012 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible and allegedly has the limited Centennial Edition package, though there’s some question about that. Either way, it makes 436 hp and 424 lb-ft of torque and only 5,830 miles on the odometer.

After 29 bids, the hammer fell at $140,000. Not only does the winner get the Corvette and the warm sense of having helped feed some people who are having trouble, they will also get the car personally delivered by Manning himself (once it becomes safe to do so. The money will go to charities like Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, America’s Food Fund, Feeding America, and more.

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