‘Slay Cancer with Dragons’ in a ’68 Stingray L79 Corvette; Reality Show “Angel’s Garage” to Raffle Car to Benefit Tyler Robinson Foundation

‘Slay Cancer with Dragons’ in a ’68 Stingray l79 Corvette; Reality Show "Angel’s Garage" to Raffle Car to Benefit Tyler Robinson Foundation
Angel’s Garage
, the popular television show based out of Yermo, Calif., is raffling off a one-of-a-kind ’68 StingRay L79 Corvette to benefit The Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), the non-profit organization of the GRAMMY Award-winning band Imagine Dragons dedicated to supporting children battling pediatric cancer. 

The car will be on display in Las Vegas at the Hollywood Cars Museum & Liberace Garage through 3 p.m. on March 13, 2019 when the winner is drawn. Raffle tickets are just $10 and can be purchased here.

The 1968 StingRay Corvette features a rare L79 engine four-speed with close ratio, black interior and one-of-a-kind chameleon paint with hints of blue, purple and green metallic on the exterior along with a gold decal TRF logo. All original parts that could be saved on this luxury StingRay were including an original AM/FM radio. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit TRF and its mission to strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a childhood cancer diagnosis by providing grants to offset out-of-pocket life expenses.

The raffle winner will be drawn and announced at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 13 at The Hollywood Cars Museum & Liberace Garage. The winner does not need to be present at the time of the drawing to win and will be contacted by email or phone. The winner is responsible for the vehicle taxes and transportation of the car. For more information or to purchase a raffle ticket, click here.

The Hollywood Cars Museum & Liberace Garage, where this limited-edition vehicle will be displayed, is located just off the Las Vegas Strip. The illustrious museum houses approximately 100 cars from film and television fame including Batman, James Bond, Fast & The Furious and more and is also home to the blinged-out stage cars of legendary performer Liberace.

To learn more about TRF, visit TRF.org and follow TRF on Facebook.


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