Proceeds

The Classic Car Raffle is the Museum’s largest fundraising event and makes an incredible impact to the organization. The proceeds from the Classic Car Raffle will go towards building renovation and maintenance costs for the designated heritage building that houses the Thunder Bay Museum. Built in 1912, the Fort William Police Station and Court House features striking architecture and was home to the Lakehead’s first automatic elevator. The building, located at 425 Donald St. E., was designated as a heritage building in September 2005. It is a historic landmark in Thunder Bay.    

Learn more about our historical building here:

https://www.thunderbay.ca/en/city-hall/resources/Documents/HistoryHeritageandRecords/Thunder-Bay-Museum.pdf


This all original 1979 Firebird Espirit (Red Bird) is a beautiful cruiser which has only had one owner. Never winter driven, this car has always been garaged and is rust-free. The interior is in incredible condition. With one professional repaint, the two-paint with pin striping is in excellent condition. The restored snowflake wheels are like new. This car is fully optioned from the factory including T-Top roof and 301 c.i. V8 with 3 Speed Automatic Transmission. The factory radio was replaced with an aftermarket Concorde AM/FM, Cassette. This Red Bird Esprit would rate as a #2+ Driver. Production#: 30,853

For Full Specifications, visit: www.thunderbaymuseum.com/classic-car-raffle/