The first Corvette Z06 70th Anniversary Edition has officially rolled off the assembly line — and the profits from its sale are going to a good cause. Chevrolet auctioned off the first-ever 70th Anniversary Edition Corvette for $3.6 million, and the entirety of that sale went to Operation Homefront, a nonprofit organization that helps military families in need.
Retired Brigadier General John I. Pray Jr., president and CEO of Operation Homefront, expressed gratitude for the record-breaking donation to his cause. “The proceeds from the sale of this sensational Corvette Z06 will go a long way to helping us help our military families overcome their financial hardships and have the opportunity to thrive in the communities — our communities — they’ve worked so hard to protect,” he stated.
The Chevrolet Corvette Z06 70th Anniversary Edition sets itself apart with a wide variety of eye-catching features, such as exclusive badging, two-tone sport seats, red interior accents, and Edge Red brake calipers, among other features. Your 70th Anniversary Edition Corvette will even come with a set of custom luggage, complete with sporty red contrast stitching.
You can get your very own Chevrolet Corvette Z06 70th Anniversary Edition when the model releases later this year. Contact Bradshaw Automotive in Greer, South Carolina, for more info on driving home in this historic supercar.