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!
Pause for a moment and think about what you’re driving now. Will it take you anywhere you want to go — the beach, the mountains, the trail … you name it?
Now imagine escaping the ordinary in a new vehicle with no restrictions.
Introducing the new Jeep Dream Giveaway where you can win a new 2019 BLKMTN Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
What is BLKMTN? It’s the brainchild of television’s favorite Jeep expert Dennis Collins, who you’ve seen on Fast N’ Loud with Richard Rawlings. BLKMTN is a Texas-based Jeep customizer and parts manufacturer/retailer.
BLKMTN built this grand-prize Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with all the bells and whistles that make off-road adventure fun, like a high-torque Jeep 3.8L engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, BLKMTN signature graphics, aluminum flat fenders, 4-inch suspension lift, specially selected Mopar beadlock wheels and a custom luxurious leather interior.
Now it’s your turn. Make a generous donation today and you’ll be one step closer to the beach, the campsite, and the mountains or wherever else your off-road dreams take you.
Did you know that Chevrolet’s Hugger Orange and Pontiac’s Carousel Red are the same, exact color?
It’s true … and this single hue of orange became an icon for both GM car brands.
Here’s another fact for you to remember. Time is quickly running out for you to enter to win a fully restored Carousel Red 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge in the GTO Dream Giveaway.
When you enter and win, you’ll bring home the ultimate ’60s muscle car, a genuine 1969 Judge with a 366hp 400ci engine, Ram Air, a Muncie four-speed transmission, Parchment interior, a hood tachometer and a 60-inch-wide super spoiler.
As the former editor of High Performance Pontiac magazine, I can attest that this is one of the nicest 1969 GTO Judges I’ve ever seen. It feels like a showroom GTO — the doors shut with the right thud, the engine comes to life with a tap or two of the go pedal, the hood tachometer lights up guides your way to every shift, and the four-speed shifts smooth and accurate. Would I like to bring it home? Well, of course, and so should you. (If you didn’t know, Dream Giveaway staffers are NOT allowed to enter the giveaways.)
Head on over to Dreamgiveaway.com and stock up on entries. But like the freewheeling horsepower days of the ’60s, time is running out. You only have until midnight on October 29th to load up on your entries to win.
Military veterans and kid’s charities are counting on you. Make your generous donation now to bring home the Judge.
D. Jensen of Texas, congratulations! You have just won the 2019 Show & Tow Dream Giveaway! This massive prize package includes an all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country 4×4 as well as a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro! To tie it all together, you’ll even get a 19′ Sundowner Car Hauler to help transport that beautiful Camaro! Congratulations again, and to those who didn’t win- don’t stop trying! You are supporting seven great charities and changing the lives of veterans and children in need.
When Dream Giveaway Garage sought a drag-racing expert to help us bring you incredible prizes like the “Extreme Redeye” Dodge Challenger Hellcat, we turned to the King of Drag Racing, “Big Daddy” Don Garlits. The next time your vacation or travel plans bring you to the Sunshine State, we have a special deal for you from the Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing.
The Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing has been around since 1976 and moved to its permanent location in Ocala, Florida, in 1982. The first year Don and his team welcomed 11,000 visitors. Last year, 40,000 drag racing fans walked through its doors.
The museum preserves the history of drag racing along with antique and classic cars in the antique building. Admission prices are $20 for adults. Students, seniors, military and first responders are $15. Children 5-12 are $10 and under 5, handheld are free.
Some of the things you should expect to see at the museum will be very early dragsters and slingshots dating back to the beginning of the sport. The museum has almost all of the Swamp Rats and there are just under 300 cars on display. In the museum’s second building are cars dating from 1903-2003. There are lots of one-off cars, including a new Corvette, President Eisenhower’s personal car, and the Happy Days car from Fonzie’s TV show.
Don and his team say the museum has one important mission statement: “Our objective is to preserve the history of drag racing for our sport and future generations. We strive to present this history to drag racing to the enthusiast and the general public in an accurate and entertaining format.”
As a Shiftin’ Gears subscriber, you can save $3 off of your admission to the Don Garlits’ Museum of Drag Racing. Please print out a copy of the coupon here or mention Dream Giveaway when you visit for your exclusive money-off savings.
When you make a generous donation to win a Dream Giveaway grand-prize, a portion of your donation benefits the National Guard Educational Foundation. This month, Shiftin’ Gears checks in with America’s most venerable homeland protector and bring to you the story of one of its amazing projects.
Located in Vierville-sur-Mer, France, on Omaha Beach, the National Guard Monument overlooks the expanse where the 29th National Guard Division (MD, VA, DC) broke through German defenses on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The brave actions of the National Guard that morning liberated the French from the brutal yoke of four years of German occupation and changed the course of the entire Allied War effort.
The monument and the original bunker that it sits atop are maintained by the National Guard Educational Foundation to preserve the legacy and pay honor to all National Guardsmen who have fought in the European theater.
Because of the profound significance of D-Day to the entire free world, NGEF has arranged an annual trip to the French coast through the NGAUS corporate member, Boots to Journeys, Inc. Owned and operated by guardsmen, Boots to Journeys escorts visitors each October through the historically significant battlefields of Normandy on luxury buses with professional tour guides.
The National Guard Monument is mere minutes away from the breathtaking American Cemetery at Coleville-sur-Mer, managed by the American Battle Monuments Commission, including other critical sites like the Arromanches and St. Lô.
Maintaining the National Guard Monument overlooking Omaha Beach in Normandy, France is one of the many aspects of the National Guard Educational Foundation that meets its mission to educate the public on the importance of the National Guard shaping America and, therefore, world history. A donation to Dream Giveaway is a donation to keeping the legacy alive.
Visit www.dreamgiveaway.com today and make a donation to enter to win some magnificent muscle cars and other great grand prizes.. When you do so, you’ll be helping the National Guard Educational Foundation continue a tradition that goes back more than 400 years. To learn more, go to www.ngef.org.
Christopher R. Phillip is the former senior associate editor of Vette magazine, the editor of High Performance Pontiac magazine and his feature stories and photography have appeared in well known, national automotive-enthusiast magazines, including Hot Rod, Car Craft, Mustang Driver and others. In addition he is a top-rated celebrity interviewer with published articles on Burt Reynolds, Jack LaLanne, Frank Zappa, Carlos Santana, and many others.