Win a 2022 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray, 1958 Corvette Convertible, or 1969 Camaro SS!

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Each year, the Ronald McDonald House of Central Valley in California (RMHCV) presents some of the sweetest rides in the nation as part of their fundraising effort. 2022 is no different. There’s a 2022 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray, a restored 1958 Corvette Convertible, and a 1969 Chevy Camaro SS. Sweepstakes tickets start at $5 per single entry. However, a $100 donation gets you 100 entries. Even better, TFL fans can use the code “TFLCAR” to receive BONUS ENTRY!

The charity closed entries for the Camaro on June 24, 2022, with the winner chosen on July 8. Corvette registration closes on 18 November 2022 and RMHCV will select the winner on 9 December 2022. For complete rules and regulations, please visit

2022 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray

2022 Corvette C8 Stingray (image: rmhcv)

It’s been two years since the launch of the All-New Corvette C8, and they’re still nearly impossible to find. Not so with Ronald McDonald House Central Valley. They got their hands on this 2022 Corvette Stingray to give to the lucky winner. This mid-engine C8 supercar packs a 6.2-liter V8 that makes 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft. torque, is connected to the rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission. The Chevy Z51 Performance Package adds performance suspension, electronic limited-slip differential, performance rear axle and upgraded Brembo brakes. You get all that, and a removable top in carbon fiber. GM claims this beast can reach 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds.

1958 Corvette Convertible

Corvette 1958
The ’58 Corvette, who started the legend. (image: rmhcv)

A completely restored gem in Signet Red Paint, a red interior and a new white car top that can be transformed into the car that started it all for the Corvette legend. The 283 cubic-inch V8 on this 1958 Corvette has been completely rebuilt with GM intakes and Rochester carburetors, all mated to a Borg Warner T10 4-Speed ​​manual transmission. The interior features new seats, door panels, padded dashboard, carpet, sill plates and chrome shifters. On the outside, updates include dual exhausts, a largely new suspension and new whitewall tires that promise years of driving pleasure behind the wheel of this 230-horsepower classic American car.

1969 Camaro SS

1969 Chevy Camaro SS
The ’69 Chevy Camaro SS puts ‘muscle’ in a muscle car. (image: rmhcv)

The Chevy Camaro has gone through many character changes over its more than 50 years of existence, but it can be said that the 1969 Camaro SS here in TRUE X66 trim is the model that gives the Camaro its muscle car soul. Power comes from a properly coded 375hp V8 with an Edelbrock Air Gap intake and a Holley 750 CFM carburetor. The Muncie M20 4-speed manual adjusts the gears. New paint correct code 71 Lemans Blue. Inside, the chairs are re-upholstered in a gorgeous black and white dog tooth print. The sleek rosewood steering wheel and wood grain trim on the dash elevate the late 60s sophistication factor.

About Ronald McDonald House Central Valley

The entrance to the Ronald McDonald House in Madera, California. (image: rmhcv)

The first Ronald McDonald House in Central Valley opened on Millbrook Avenue in 1984. It was the fourth Ronald McDonald House to open their doors in California and partnered with Valley Children’s Hospital. As the area around it grows, the need for hospitals also grows. When the hospital moved to a new location in about 20 minutes, so did the Ronald McDonald House.

On February 14, 2001, the organization expanded to the 18 bedroom Ronald McDonald House adjacent to Valley Children’s Hospital in Madera, California. The new Ronald McDonald House has three wings with 18 private guest rooms. Each room has 2 queen beds, a private bathroom and satellite TV. Fully equipped kitchens and private refrigerators feature every guest room. In 2013, the facility launched Daytime Room Service, which provides waiting families a room at home to rest, shower, and enjoy home-cooked meals. This service has enabled RMHCV to serve hundreds of additional families each year and carry out its mission of #KeepingFamiliesClose.

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