January 17, 2021

History Channel Lost Corvettes Giveaway

Win Prizes by joining History Channel Lost Corvettes Giveaway you can enter now, by followings terms and conditions to join this Online contests, Sweepstakes and Giveaways. Participants must visit Thelostcorvettes.com. Interested candidates can submit their entry before the last date of submission.

History Channel Lost Corvettes Giveaway

How to enter In The Lost Corvette Heroes Giveaway?

This Sweepstakes is open only to legal United States residents of the District of Columbia and the fifty states except for Oregon. Must be 18 or older to enter. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning equal to one divided by the total number of tickets issued. This is for informational purposes only. For entry and official rules including free entry method visit CorvetteHeroes.com/rules. The Sponsor, National Guard Educational Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, One Massachusetts Ave, NW Washington DC 20001 USA, is a licensee of the LC brand. Prizes identified, logos, brands and other trademarks referred to within the LC drawing are the property of their respective trademark holders and are not sponsor of this promotion.

Hurry!! Join this contest before last date of submission by following steps and rules.

Eligibility:- 18 years of age or older.


  • Start Date:- July 1, 2019
  • End Date:- March 2, 2021

Prizes:- WIN 1 OF 36 CORVETTES
We’re giving away ALL 36 Corvettes, one from each model year 1953-1989!
A once in a lifetime giveaway to benefit the National Guard Educational Foundation.

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79 thoughts on “History Channel Lost Corvettes Giveaway

  1. This last year I lost my job, then my best friend died, my boyfriend got stage 4 lung cancer, and my granddaughter got meningitis and is now deaf. I just thank God she is alive! We could use something good to happen.

  2. I am 75 and owning a corvette is on my bucket list. However, my bankroll won’t
    allow it. Thank you for the chance and your consideration. Many thanks.

  3. cars are like wife’s if you a great wife and nice corvettes and lose your wife with cancer after 50 years and your vet no words can make you any better

  4. These corvettes are absolutely beautiful. The older corvette is just,amazing. Love the classy look of the “vintage vets”. Stunning automobile.


  6. My dad had a 1967 corvette. 427/ 400 hp. He sold it when my mom got pregnant with me. Lost my dad 11 years ago. Even though I love the 1965 corvettes. I would love to own the 1967 Corvette because of my dad had to sale his because of me. As a rememberance to my dad. He had a lot of nice cars come and go. But that was the one he talked about the most.

  7. The Corvette has always been my DREAM CAR!! I would love to win one of these beautiful vehicles!! It would be an absolute dream-come-true!

  8. Always loved the corvettes !! Would love to have something to pass on to my Son !!! One of the vettes would be GREAT !!!THANK You !!!

  9. I had a 1958 corvette, I hireed a man to rebuild it but then he said he could not do it for the price he quoted me. I had bills to pay so I sold it.I had the frame powder coated, all the interior was removed, rebuilt engine rebuilt carb,instrument panel,front end done with roller ballbearings, all it needed was to be put back together and painted.

  10. I had a 1958 corvette when I was 18yrs old but I decided to sell it because back then it was hard to find parts. Now it is so easy and there are so many repo parts that are available on the internet.

  11. The northeast isn’t the most ideal place to own a corvette but I would definitely enjoy the neck out of it for 3 of the seasons.

  12. I am 67 years old. I had a 65 and a 91 Corvette. I sold them to buy a RV and travel the country with my wife. Glad I did. Traveled for 12 years. My wife died last year from cancer.

  13. the man I met had a white ’55 corvette with red interior and I just fell in love with him and his car we got engaged and then he passed away from a heart attack and his oldest sister sold the car what a disappointment to lose both of them.

  14. Have always liked the ’58-’62 series. I’m 65 now, and after 20 years military service, and maintaining Navy aircraft for 15 plus, not much time or $ to build one. Gonna give it a shot.

  15. I would love my disabled veteran husband to have one he has never in his life had something that nice, Thank You

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