Honestly, I did not know who CR Industries was until I started checking my car's history. CR is short for Chicago Rawhide, they manufacture seals and bearings etc. Coincidentally, when putting new bearing seals in the GTO I noticed on the box the CR logo. According to a discussion that I had with a fellow at CR who was in charge of the promotion, my car was used to promote their automotive products at trade shows etc. The story goes that in the mid 80's CR sent notices out to all their vendors to keep a look out for a low mileage 65 GTO that they wanted to restore and put on after market parts that CR manufactured. They found a low mileage car in Tulsa and work started in approximately '83. If you look closely at the picture of the car on your card board enry form stand, you will notice that most parts under the hood were chrome plated, you can also see remnants of chrome on the exhaust pipes. Car had it's own semi trailer and display stand, and was transported across the country to be shown at trade and car shows show. Apparently the car won many awards at the various shows. The company had extra posters etc, but prior to my making contact, a few months prior their storage room had just been cleaned and all printed material pertaining to my car was destroyed. In about '86 the car was then raffled off. When parts were bought at Auto Parts stores you had a chance to get an entry form ( these were mounted on the cardboard stand one which you have) that you could fill out and enter the draw. Also forms were avialable in various car magazines. I have a friend that verified that along with .25 and a clipped form he mailed in also had a chance in the draw. I have an original CR Bearings news letter that shows a photo of my car with approx 250,000 entry forms in the trunk. Car eventually was won, then sold to a collector. He in turn stored the car for a number of years and sold to a Classic Car dealer. I just happened to see the car when it arrived at the dealer. I bought the car from the dealer, and it has been in my possession ever since.