2015 Raffle Car - 1957 Ford Thunderbird

East Texas Crisis Center Raffle Car

RAFFLE TICKETS

$10

Raffle Tickets

Official Rules

  • Must Be 18 years or older to enter.
  • Donation for each ticket is $10.
  • Donations are tax deductible. Winning ticket is not tax deductible.
  • Odds of winning will depend on the number of tickets sold.
  • Void where prohibited by law.
  • Winner to be determined by random drawing to be held at 4pm February 22nd, 2015 at the East Texas Auto & Cycle Show at the Harvey Convention Center, Tyler, Texas.
  • You do not have to be present to win. Winner will be notified by phone if not present at the drawing.
  • Tickets purchased on line will be entered in the drawing when payment is approved. Stubs will be mailed to the address provided if requested, but may not arrive until after the drawing.
  • All applicable federal, state, and local taxes, title, and license must be paid by winner.
  • Proceeds benefit East Texas Crisis Center.
  • The East Texas Crisis Center is not responsible for lost, stolen, mutilated, illegible, misdirected, or untimely entries.
 

1957 Thunderbird

Our thanks to Daivd Irwin of Tyler Ford for his continued support of the East Texas Crisis Center and for donating this Thunderbird.

This year’s raffle car is a 1957 Ford Thunderbird, with a removable hard top, V8 engine and automatic transmission. This is the twevth consecutive year that Tyler Ford has donated the raffle car to the East Texas Crisis Center to help fund services for victims of family violence and sexual assault.

Raffle tickets sell for $10 and can be purchased online.

You can also buy raffle tickets:

ABC Auto Parts in Tyler & Whitehouse
Quick Lane Tire & Auto 2500 W Southwest Loop 323 in Tyler
Traditions 6205 South Broadway in yler
Tyler Ford 2626 S. Southwest Loop 323 in Tyler

The drawing for the winning ticket will take place Sunday, February 22nd at the closing of the 2015 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show at 4:30 p.m. at Harvey Convention Center in Tyler, Texas.

 

Previous Raffle Cars, Winners, and a little history.

In the beginning the East Texas Crisis Center would buy the cars. It was only when raffle ticket sales exceeded the cost that we would see a benefit for the center. Beginning in 2004, and every year since, Tyler Ford has donated the raffle cars and allowed the East Texas Crisis Center to keep 100 percent of the ticket sales. The cars were not ordinary. Every year David Irwin, the General Manager and Managing Partner of Tyler Ford sought out something special.  Here are a few of them.

2012 Mustang

2014 Raffle Car

1966 Mustang Convertible. The factory Mustang GT, with 289ci engine, automatic transmission, and air-conditioning.

 

2012 Mustang

2013 Raffle Car

A 1965 Shelby GT 350 Tribute, restored by Mustangs of East Texas, donated by Tyler Ford and given away at the 2013 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

2012 Mustang

2012 Raffle Car

This new 2012 Mustang Club of America Special edition was customized by Tyler Ford and given away at the 2012 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

2011 Mustang

2011 Raffle Car

This new 2011 Mustang was customized by Tyler Ford and given away at the 2011 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

Hertz GT Mustang

2010 Raffle Car

This mint condition 2007 Hertz GT Mustang Convertible was given away at the 2010 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

2007 Shebly

2009 Raffle Car

This 2008 Shelby Mustang autographed by Carroll Shelby was given away at the 2009 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show. 

 

GT Mustang

2008 Raffle Car

This 2007 Mustang GT was given away at the 2008 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

 

GT Mustang

2007 Raffle Car

This 2006 Mustang convertible was given away at the 2007 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

2005 Mustang

2006 Raffle Car

This 2005 Mustang was given away at the 2006 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

 

Hertz GT Mustang

2005 Raffle Car

This 2005 Mustang Convertible was given away at the 2005 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.

 

Hertz GT Mustang

2004 Raffle Car

This restored 1966 Ford Mustang was given away at the 2004 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show.