The Lost Corvettes

Win a Piece of
Automotive History

Originally given away in a 1989 VH1 sweepstakes to one winner before being purchased by psychedelic pop artist Peter Max, 36 Lost Corvettes were discovered collecting rust and dust in parking garages across New York City. And we’re giving away all 36 Corvettes again… but this time to 36 different winners in

The Lost Corvettes Giveaway benefits Stand for the Troops a charity that supports America’s military veterans with PTSD and TBI.

Drawing #1 Winners

Congratulations to the 10 official winners who were selected on 9/30/20 and presented with their Corvettes on Veterans Day!

’54: Renee Peets from Brentwood, TN (Ticket #00959506)
’57: Jeffery Guth from Hobart, IN (Ticket #00310172)
’63: Jay Vocke from Oak Park, CA (Ticket #00913158)
’64: Keith Benge from Albuquerque, NM (Ticket #03727142)
’65: Anas Aljumaily from Garland, TX (Ticket #02335844)
’72: Pamela Wohlers from Plano, TX (Ticket #01714328)
’75: Thomas Barnes from Brick, NJ (Ticket #03107669)
’79: Vance Truman from Medina, OH (Ticket #02990983)
’86: Kenneth Lulay from Washington, IL (Ticket #04333348)
’88: Kevin Milletary from Chesterton, IN (Ticket #04460672)


One more drawing to go and all non-winning entries
will remain eligible for each of the final drawing!

Drawing #5
Giving away the ’53’56’66’67’69’76’81 & ’85
For donations made by January 10, 2022
Winners selected on or about February 10, 2022

You can continue to enter for chance to win
one of the remaining Lost Corvettes
with a donation to Stand for the Troops.


Stand for the Troops

The Lost Corvettes has partnered with Stand for the Troops to bring you this legendary sweepstakes. The Lost Corvettes Giveaway is a charitable promotion sponsored by Stand for the Troops, a 501(c)(3) organization.

Stand for the Troops has always been dedicated to safeguarding the physical and emotional well-being of America’s military personnel. But their present most pressing mission is to investigate and connect veterans to results-oriented treatments for the Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) now triggering so many military suicides.

The Lost Corvettes