Win a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS!

Our 2015 raffle car, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS.

Our 2015 raffle car, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS. Photographs by Spencer Smith.

Our 2015 raffle car has already arrived at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

Buy your raffle tickets today!

Take a look at this beauty—here are the details:

  • Frame-off, rotisserie restoration
  • A built 454 big block engine
  • Holley carburetor
  • Muncie four-speed manual transmission
  • Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust
  • Front disc brakes
  • 17-inch American Racing Wheels
  • Black interior

One of our most important fundraisers each year, the reveal of the make and model of our next raffle car has become a highly-anticipated event, with inquiries coming in as soon as the previous year’s raffle is over. We’re pleased to announce the arrival of the Camaro at this early date. Tickets can be purchased online. Tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100.

Buy your raffle tickets today!

You may also call 307-578-4008 to buy your tickets. Drawing takes place at the Center of the West’s Patrons Ball, Saturday, September 26, 2015.

Our 2015 raffle car, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS.Engine compartment, 1969 Camaro SSOur 2015 raffle car, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS.

Need not be present to win. Any applicable taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Void where prohibited by law. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Must be collected within 30 days of drawing. Raffle tickets are not tax deductible. May not be exchanged for cash.


  1. Lisa Graf says

    The drawing was supposed to have been held on Sept 20, 2014 – but I have not seen any information about who won the beautiful car! Please provide all the people who purchased a ticket in this raffle with an update. Thank You.

  2. Malcolm says

    Hello. I had the opportunity to visit the Center of the West two years ago when the Chevelle was being raffled off. A wonderful facility. I purchased some raffle tickets as well. I was however wondering before I purchased online if Canadian citizens are eligible for the draw. The void where prohibited by law is somewhat vague. Would you be able to clarify? Thanks and a very nice new Camaro.

  3. says

    Hi Malcom,

    Yes, Canadian citizens can participate. The Center is not aware of any restrictions for Canadian citizens. I don’t know if there is a Canadian law that may prohibit you from participating in a raffle in the USA. I am not sure if the Canada/US Tax Treaty would exempt you from paying US taxes on the car if you won it, but it is definitely something we would need to look into if you were the lucky winner.

  4. Tom says

    Hi… Will the winner of the car have to pay federal taxes to the Buffalo Bill Center before receiving the car?.. and do you know the “value” of the car to determine the taxes due?.. I think the IRS will claim as much as 30% of the cars value.

  5. Andy Kastenhuber says

    Can you purchase tickets by mail with a self addressed stamped envelope or do you have to order on line? Curious about value and taxes too……but I REALLY need to win that car

    • Nancy McClure says

      Hi Andy – the best thing for you to do if you don’t want to buy online is to call 307-578-4008 and chat with staff, who can tell you more. Then you could mail in your check if you want and they will send you the tickets. Good luck!

  6. Adam says

    Unless the value is stated in the winning documents, you can always try to have a professional appraisal and also an insurance appraisal done to determine the car’s taxable value. You do not have to rely on an inflated value if one is assigned by the IRS. Being that it is a “resto-mod” it shouldn’t be valued as high as an original unrestored museum piece. My guess is the value is somewhere between 28 and 40 thousand depending on whether or not it is a true and verifiable SS car or a clone.

  7. Heather Zupan says

    Very nice car and great cause. Just wondering how are you putting in tickets for Facebook users who share your link without their personal information?

    • Lauren Marchant says


      The car came out of the factory as a true SS 396 and is not a clone. The motor was recently changed to a stroked 454 so that is why we have that in our current description.

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