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Another year, 3 more amazing cars to be raffled off! 2019 marks the 26th year Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley has conducted a Collector Car Drawing. Each year our drawings get better and better. This year we we are giving away three amazing cars, a 2019 Callaway Corvette Z06, an incredible 1967 Corvette Sting Ray, and a Backdraft RT3 Cobra Roadster.
The Annual Collector Car Drawing is our biggest fundraiser every year. Without it, we would not be able to keep our doors open day after to day to provide a home away from home for families while their children are being treated in a local hospital. YOUR SUPPORT IS INSTRUMENTAL TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR ORGANIZATION!
The 2019 Callawy Corvette Z06 marks the fifth year of the Z06 on the seventh-generation Corvette (C7). Few changes were made on the 2019, but quite frankly, not many were needed.
A stock 2019 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is a version of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with 6.2L V-8 supercharged inter-cooled LT4 engine with 1.7L Eaton R1740 TVS supercharger, which makes 650HP and 650LB-FT torque.
BUT THIS ISN’T A STOCK Z06! Our friends at Callaway have partnered with us again in 2019 by donating their Callaway SC757 Package. This upgrade will take the horsepower from 650 to 757 and the torque from 650 to 777.
In addition to the Callaway SC757 Package, this car also features the Callaway Sport Exhaust Sustem. It’s not too loud, not too quiet, with a deep, powerful tone. The need for the GM multi-mode exhaust flaps is negated by Callaway’s unique “Single Acoustic Chamber” design, which replaces two separate mufflers, resulting in a unique, refined sound signature, with less exhaust restriction.
One of the many great features of a Callaway upgrade is that it does not void the factory warranty. The Callaway 3 year/36,000 mile limited warranty coincides GM warranties.
2019 Callaway Corvette Z06 Specs
757 Horsepower with Callaway Package
777 Lb-Ft Torque with Callaway Package
6.2L LT4 Supercharged V8 Engine
8 Speed Automatic Transmission
GT Bucket Seats for Your Comfort
3LZ Equipment Group
Callaway Corvette SC757 Package
Callaway GenThree TVS2300 Supercharger
Callaway TripleCooled Intercooler System
Callaway High Flow Intake System
Callaway Carbon Engine Covers with SC757 Emblems
Callaway Supercharger Surround Hood Trim Ring
Callaway Door Still Panels, Exterior and Interior Badging
Callaway Underhood Build Plaque with VIN
Callaway Key Fobs & Authenticity Documentation Package
Callaway 3 Year – 36,000 Mile Limited Warranty (Coincides GM Warranties)
The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray was the last Corvette of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Although it was meant to be a redesign year, its intended successor the C3 was found to have some undesirable aerodynamic traits.
Changes were again modest: Five smaller front fender vents replaced the three larger ones, and flat-finish rockers sans ribbing conferred a lower, less chunky appearance. New was a single backup light, mounted above the license plate. The previous models’ wheel covers gave way to slotted six-inch Rally wheels with chrome beauty rings and lug nuts concealed behind chrome caps. Interior alterations were modest and included revised upholstery, and the handbrake moved from beneath the dash to between the seats. The convertible’s optional hardtop was offered with a black vinyl cover, which was a fad among all cars at the time.
The 427 was available with a 1282 ft³/min (605 L/s) Rochester 3X2-barrel carburetorsarrangement, which the factory called Tri-Power producing 435 bhp (441 PS; 324 kW) at 5800 rpm and 460 lb⋅ft (624 N⋅m) at 4000 rpm of torque.
1967 Corvette Sting Ray Specs
427 Cubic Inch Engine
4 Speed Manual Transmission
Marina Blue Paint
Bright Blue Vinyl Interior
Coker Redine Radial Tires
White Convertible Top
Backdraft Racing Inc. was founded in Janary of 2001 by 2 world champion auto racers, Tony Marten and Reg Dodd. The company has evolved considerably over the past few years to established itself as one of the industry leaders in producing turn key minus cars. Backdraft Roadsters are built in the Backdraft Racing 53,000sq/ft state-of-the-art facility. An all new US head office and showroom, Backdraft Park, was opened in Boynton Beach in 2012. Backdraft are leaders in high quality, authentic replicas and custom built roadsters.
The body is a high quality, one-piece GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) molding, with extra reinforcing at the wheel arches. Each body is assembled on a rotating jig which allows access to all parts of the mold. After the molds are polished and prepared with a release agent a polyester gel coat is applied. Before the fiberglass is applied to the mold, strategic areas of the body are hand reinforced with fiber mat. Certain areas of the body are also reinforced with steel inserts to complete the preparation for the fiberglass. The fiberglass which is combined with a catalyzed resin is then shot onto the mold surface at a controlled rate. When the body has finished curing it is removed from the mold and a placed in a separate jig for the installation of the tub. The floor, transmission tunnel, fire wall, front inner wheel wells and luggage compartment are laminated into the main body molding in a jig to ensure accuracy, rigidity and strength. The engine bay and front inner fenders are finished in white gel coat for a smooth appearance, durability and ease of cleaning and maintenance.
The initial phase of the preparation involves the body being filed down and filled wherever necessary. The body is then primed which is post cured in an oven at 75 degrees Celsius for one hour. After the body has cooled it is then dry-flattened before it is presented to our quality control for inspection prior to the paint application. Before the paint can be applied the body receives a final check coat. After the check coat has been inspected the body is ready for the application of the final color. The base coat is followed by three layers of Chem Spec clear coat before the car is baked again at 65 degrees Celsius for one hour.
After the body has cooled in the oven it is removed and left for 3 days before being flattened and polished to a high gloss. After the body passes the paint work quality control it is moved over to the final assembly facility.
The ladder-type chassis is fabricated in a jig from SAE 1008 2′ x 4′ hot rolled rectangular steel tubing, with a 1/8” wall thickness, which provides a sturdy chassis, both in beam strength and in torsion rigidity. The chassis is reinforced with laser cut steel gusset plates in several areas for added strength in high stress areas. The chassis has been designed to accept a race proven independent rear suspension with coil over struts in the front. The differential is fully rubber mounted to the chassis in a cradle, eliminating mechanical differential noise and providing a smooth drive. The chassis has been designed to accept a variety of different engine options including a full range of small block, big block and modern day engines. For added safety the chassis has been designed with a front crumple zone and the roll bar is structurally mounted to the chassis. The chassis comes with mounting points for an optional passenger side roll bar.
Front: The front suspension used on the BDR roadster features a cast lower wishbone with a McPherson style coil over strut. The strut has been custom fabricated to suit the needs of the Backdraft Roadster. We also use a adjustable stabilizer bar which assists with the overall fine tuning of the car’s handling. The car comes standard with a rack and pinion type steering system with 4 turns lock to lock as the standard ratio. The steering column is made from high quality stainless steel tubing connecting to a CNC machined billet aluminum steering boss. The car can accommodate a power assisted steering on special order.
Rear: Setting the power safely to the ground is handled by a centrally guided multilink rear suspension. The independent rear suspension offers camber and toe adjustments. It is also fully height adjustable which makes it easier to fine tune for street and track use. The suspension has proven itself both on and off the race track. In conjunction with the front coil over struts you are guaranteed a thrilling driving experience.
The roadster features power disc brakes on all four corners. The front brake discs are 310mm(12.2 inch) in diameter and the rear is 295mm(11.6 inch). Both the front and the rear come with ventilated discs as a standard option. The calipers used are all single piston calipers supplied by ATE. The calipers are fed from a vacuum assisted booster with a dual stroke master cylinder.
Precision crafted mild steel headers with aircraft quality 304 stainless steel side pipes come as standard equipment on a Backdraft roadster. These are custom made for the car and can be ceramic coated as an option. All BDR cars come standard with a side pipe heat shield made from polished stainless steel.
ROUSH 427SRX Engine
Tremec T5 Transmission
18″ Knock-off Wheels
Indigo Blue Paint