The folks at The Lost Squadron Museum in Middlesboro, Ky., are stepping up their annual raffle by offering three prizes this year.
The museum is home to “Glacier Girl,” one of the last airworthy P-38s. Located at Middlesboro-Bell County Airport (1A6), the museum is raising money to build a new facility.
This year the winner of the main raffle can choose either a 2005 Mazda Speed MX-5 Miata or a 2003 Harley Heritage Softail Springer. Tickets are $100 each. The raffle will be held when all 500 tickets are sold.
The museum is simultaneously running a second raffle where the prize is a special edition Lost Squadron Winchester 94. The rifle, one of only 151 produced, features intricate engraving. The rifles are individually numbered to correspond with the tail numbers of each of the P-38s’ downed fliers. Tickets are $25 each. That drawing also will take place when all tickets are sold.