One last season for “Supernatural” and it’s done. Fans are teary-eyed upon this revelation but one lucky person went home wearing a smile on her face.

Laura Dittrich, a “Supernatural” fan from Grants Pass, Oregon, was the owner of the lucky raffle ticket and the winner of the replica of Sam and Dean Winchester’s ’67 Chevy Impala named Baby. Jensen Ackles, who plays the character of Dean; and Jared Padalecki, who plays the role of Dean’s younger brother, Sam, pulled the winning raffle ticket during the San Diego Comic-Con 2019, The Wrap reported.

Let it be clear though — the winner did not drive home Baby’s replica just yet. Warner Bros. Television, instead, would reportedly bring the prize to them once they return home from “Supernatural’s” SDCC 2019 convention.

What happened before the winner was announced?

The team played a video clip during the “Supernatural” panel at Hall H before the announcement. [See it HERE]

The clip showed how Padalecki and Ackles’ characters worked to restore the Winchesters' Impala. The short video also revealed that before the Winchesters found her, the most beloved “Supernatural” car was left dead in the graveyard of Detroit Steel.

Others may have given up on restoring the Impala, but not Sammy. The younger Winchester said that one part was enough to restore the car, and that they won’t give up on her. The work began and slowly, and Baby came back to life better than she was new.

The ’67 Impala was originally owned by John Winchester, the father of Sam and Dean. In “Supernatural” season 5, Baby played a significant role in helping Sam overcome his possession. In every single adventure of the Winchester boys, Baby was there, which made her a part of the family.

There will be 20 episodes for “Supernatural’s” final season, Screen Rant reported. The destiny of the Winchester boys will soon unfold and it’s quite reassuring to know for fans that Baby will still be by their side when it happens.

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Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki’s “Supernatural” returns next week. Michael Courtney/The CW

CW’s “Supernatural,” together with “Arrow,” will sign off before the year ends. The storyline revolves around Sam and Dean’s characters, who lost their mother to a supernatural force when they were young, and were raised by their father, who taught them how to track mysterious and demonic creatures ever since.

Their father went missing so the Winchester boys set out on a long, thrilling and deadly journey to find him. John, eventually, struck a deal with the same devil who killed his wife, which also eventually caused his death. Sam and Dean, now-orphaned, decided to continue the crusade their father started despite losing their mentor.

“Supernatural’s” first episode aired on Sept. 13, 2005.