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Shelby American Collection Raffles 2020 GT500


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Here's the email.  Some aspects, like the bonus code, probably won't work after a period of time.


Thanks for supporting the nonprofit Shelby American Collection museum




Enter Now for Your Chance to Win this Rare 760 hp Ford Shelby GT500!




You asked for the chance to win an amazing Shelby GT500 – so we got one for you!


Enter now with promo code WHOA for 20% more tickets

Offer expires at midnight Sunday Sept 15th


You’ve got a chance to win a rare 2020 760 hp Shelby GT500 – a true collector’s car! The Shelby GT500 is designed to be the ultimate driver’s car, ready to attack on all fronts – on the drag strip, producing 760 horsepower via its first-in-class dual-clutch transmission with launch control. And on the track with its race-bred chassis, Ford Performance-spec Michelin Pilot tires, massive Brembo brakes and performance aerodynamics.


Performance features include:.

·    5.2L Supercharged Cross Plane Crank V8 - 760 hp & 625 lb.-ft of torque

·    Advanced suspension including the MagneRide™ damping system

·    Brembo™ brakes - the most powerful brakes in a production Mustang

·    20” exposed Carbon Fiber Wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires

·    Carbon Fiber Track Pack with Carbon fiber instrument panel and GT4 Track Wing

·    Painted “Over-the-Top” white stripes

·    Technology Package with B&O Premium Sound System


Production of the Shelby GT500 is limited and a Carbon Fiber Track Pack equipped car is even rarer. Don't miss your chance to win this beautiful, modern supercar. Enter today!




To thank you for supporting the nonprofit Shelby American Collection, we're giving everyone who enters over the next 11 days more tickets for every donation made. Use promo code WHOA and get 20% more tickets free when you enter with your donation to our nonprofit museum. But hurry – this promo code ends at midnight Sunday September 15th.




All proceeds from this drawing support the nonprofit Shelby American Collection museum dedicated to preserving the history of Carroll Shelby and the Shelby American racing team. Your support ensures that the museum can continue to share this history with you and the public. Thank you!

Promo code can not be applied to previous donations.





Shelby American Collection | 5020 Chaparral Ct., Boulder, CO 80301


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16 hours ago, twobjshelbys said:

Wow, the ink isn't even dry on this year's GT350 drawing and the email came this morning that the car for next year's fundraiser will be a 2020 GT500.




Wow that does seem a little quick. Are they trying to compete with the Venom paint 2020 GT500 raffle?

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I've been a frequent visitor and supporter of the Shelby American Collection museum in Boulder, CO for many years now.  I attended their annual fundraiser party for many years.  Unfortunately this year I wasn't going to be able to make it due to a conflict with the Roger Waters concert but that's irrelevant since both were cancelled.   In any case a number of years ago they started raffling off a Shelby GT500, then the GT350 and now they are back to the GT500.   In the early raffles you had a real chance since they didn't advertise too widely and barely sold enough tickets to cover the threshold (which I think was about 2x the price of the car, which they got at or below real cost because the dealer was also a big supporter of the museum).   Eventually they ran afowl of the state gambling commission and had to restructure it, for example, rules required them to "give away" tickets (sure enough, send a self-addressed stamped envelope with a postcard with required info and they send you a free ticket, some people literally do this once per day).  In any case, now there are hundreds of thousands of tickets so your competition is pretty high.  No matter what it does go to a good cause.


Most of Larry H Miller's collection is now on display here, including all of his Le Mans winning GT40s (along with Steve  Volk's cars).  Last time I was there there were 7 GT40s there.   It is also the permanent home of Carroll Shelby's first Cobra, CSX2000.


If you're ever in the Denver area, the museum is between Boulder and Longmont and is worth a visit.  Only open 10-4 Saturdays though so plan ahead!


Here's the latest link:



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