Every month, Dream Giveaway Garage brings you a behind-the-scenes look at Dream Giveaway® grand-prizes, the charities that benefit from your donation, the companies that help us build the grand-prize cars, and the lucky winners!
HURRY! THE MUSTANG DREAM GIVEAWAY ENDS IN
Even if you don’t have the hellacious hills of San Francisco as your asphalt, we hope you’ll have F-U-N finding interesting roads to test the performance of two amazing matching Mustang Bullitts if you win them in the Mustang Dream Giveaway. The grand-prize is a perfect mash-up of classic, old school meets throwback new school — a fully restored 1968 Mustang Bullitt and a brand-new 2019 Mustang Bullitt limited edition.
Speaking of school, you won’t need a calculator for this basic mathematical equation. The classic 1968 Mustang Bullitt is as fast as a bullet with 400 horsepower. Ford advertises the 2019 Mustang Bullitt is locked and loaded with 480 horsepower.
400 + 480 = 880.
Putting these two magnificent Mustang Bullitts in your garage just takes some luck, but don’t put it off because time is running out for you to enter. There are only a few weeks left so now is the perfect time for you to make a generous donation and get your entries to win both Mustangs. Plus if you’re the winner, we’ll pay $25,000 towards the taxes and fly you to Clearwater, Florida, where these cars and their keys will be waiting for you.
Back in the day, alongside muscle machines like Corvettes, Mustangs, Challengers and Camaros, Chevy trucks were the rage. Now five decades later, these first-generation C-10s are the fastest growing segment in the entire collector-car hobby.
So when Dream Giveaway Garage set out to find the perfect classic truck for a brand-new giveaway, we chose a fully restored 1972 Chevy C-10 Cheyenne Super show truck.
We’re not the only ones who noticed that classic Chevy trucks are retro-cool. If you’ve watched TRUCKS! starring Kevin Tetz on TV, you’ll already know that he has restored a multitude of these classic Chevy trucks — and nobody does them better.
Kevin drove and inspected this grand prize Chevy C-10 and then gave it his seal of approval. He says, “I’ve built and driven many trucks over the years, and this ’72 C-10 is a fantastic blend of classic styling and current technology that brings the performance level up to today’s standards. I love this truck! I want this truck!”
Now it’s up to you to put this fully restored Chevy C-10 show truck in your collection. Head on over to www.dreamgiveaway.com and check out all the details on this “slammed” show truck.
Dream Giveaway is proud to announce that the National Guard Educational Foundation will once again receive funds from our sweepstakes in 2019.
The National Guard Educational Foundation (NGEF) was founded in 1975 with the mission to preserve the history and heritage of the National Guard of the United States for present and future generations. Located in our nation’s capital, NGEF fulfills its mission through a portfolio of programs that include: The National Guard Memorial Museum, Library & Archive in Washington, D.C.; The National Guard Monument in Normandy, France, overlooking Omaha Beach, where allied forces broke through on D-Day; and scholarship programs for the children of National Guardsmen who have made the ultimate sacrifice since September 11, 2001.
Since 9/11, nearly 800 National Guardsmen have been lost in support of the global war on terrorism. These heroes left behind more than 1,000 children. Established in 2011, the Guardian Scholarship Fund provides college scholarships to these young men and women. To date, more than 75 scholarships have been awarded across the nation and its territories. NGEF is proud to administer this life-changing program for the families that have given so much in defense of our freedom.
Head on over to www.dreamgiveaway.com and make a generous donation on your favorite prize package. You’ll be helping the trusted charity National Guard Educational Foundation continue its worthwhile missions.
If you need great-quality parts for any generation Mustang, please consider our friends at Dallas Mustang. They specialize in automotive performance and restoration parts for one of the most popular automotive icons — the Ford Mustang!
Dallas Mustang’s parts selection includes classic restoration, restomod, late-model restoration, and specialty parts for over 50 model years of Mustang vehicles. Featured are over 200 leading quality brands known for performance, restoration, wheels, body sheet metal, seat upholstery, interior trim parts and much, much more!
Dallas Mustang offers on-site Mustang Dyno tuning, multiple service bays and a hands-on Mustang parts and accessories showroom. Dallas Mustang’s goal is to be a one-stop shop for all model years and everything Mustang. The Mustang after-market has changed dramatically over the last five decades, growing from classic restoration into restomod and late-model performance, and Dallas Mustang has been there Mustang lovers every step of the way!
To learn more about Dallas Mustang or to request a free catalog, visit www.dallasmustang.com. Be sure to let them know that you read about them in Dream Giveaway’s Shiftin’ Gears.
In 2008, Dream Giveaway had the amazing idea to pair a classic Corvette with a new Corvette and give them away to help charities. In the time since, we’ve given away 20 Corvettes to 11 lucky winners. The most recent addition to Dream Giveaway’s “Winner Hangout” is Dave Bryan of Alabama, the winner of a pair of white 1965 and 2018 Corvettes
We recently flew Dave to Clearwater, Florida, for the Corvette Dream Giveaway award ceremony and pulled out all the stops to make the show the best we’ve had so far this year.
In attendance to congratulate Dave were Ken Lingenfelter, Ken Ferguson of New Beginning Children’s Homes and representatives from Honor Flight of West Central Florida.
“You don’t expect to win, but winning is unbelievable,” he said. “To get that call was just crazy. I think it will hit me tomorrow or the next day. I still haven’t decided which car I am going to take out first. It’s a tough decision but it’s a real good issue to have to address.”
Last year’s grand-prize Corvettes are now back home with Dave and his family. Now, a pair of ground-pounding black Corvettes —a fully restored 1961 Corvette and a new 2019 Corvette ZR1 — are up for grabs.