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!
If Santa drove a muscle car, it would have to be red, right?
We can’t think of a better time of the year to kick off a great new muscle-car giveaway starring a super-rare L72 427ci 1966 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe in Santa’s favorite color!
In 1966, Chevrolet produced only 1,856 full-size passenger vehicles with the fire-breathing L72 427 Turbo-Jet V-8, which included a special-performance camshaft, solid lifters and 425 horsepower.
Finding one around today is next to impossible, but not for the muscle-car experts at the Dream Giveaway Garage.
This no-expense-spared concours-restored big-block ’66 Impala looks as beautiful as the day it was born with a Regal Red exterior, red cloth interior, 4-speed Muncie transmission and Positraction. One neat verified factory option is the Comfortilt steering wheel!
You can count on Dream Giveaway for the coolest and cleanest classic muscle cars for you to win. This incredible king of the muscle cars, circa 1966, is no exception.
Now it may not come with eight tiny reindeer, but we promise you this Impala’s 425hp big-block V-8 is sure to keep your sleigh bells ringing long after the holiday season is over.
Corvette Dream Giveaway Ends In
Between union strikes, COVID-19 and overwhelming consumer demand, there just weren’t enough 2020 Corvettes to go around. Not to worry as the Dream Giveaway Garage has one of the first 1,000 2020 Stingrays built and it’s going to go to one lucky winner in just a few short weeks.
So, just how rare is the new eighth-generation Corvette? According to factory production totals, Chevrolet built 20,368 this year. Of those, 4,331 were Torch Red coupes.
When we special ordered a 2020 Stingray for this year’s Corvette Dream Giveaway, we requested the Visible Carbon Fiber ground effects factory option. Little did we know that it was among the rarest factory options this year. Only 246 Stingrays received this option.
Time is running out for you to put this incredible 2020 Corvette Stingray and a matching custom 1962 Corvette roadster in your garage. You only have until midnight on New Year’s Eve (Pacific Time) to get your entries. If you’re the winner, we will also pay out $45,000 for the taxes.
Ring in 2021 with a pair of matching Corvettes in your driveaway! Every entry helps out veterans and kids, so enter now!
“The best part of winning was the utter surprise of such a large prize!”
Those are the words right from the mouth of Michael Ansley, last month’s Shopping Spree winner. Michael is on-track for a great holiday season thanks to the $10,000 Amazon gift card he pocketed, courtesy of the prize specialists at Dream Giveaway.
Michael, a retired Marine, is a current Civilian Government Employee at Marine Corps Base Quantico. In his free time he enjoys working on his ’68 Plymouth Barracuda and plans on using the gift card to buy a few parts for his ’Cuda. He also plans on using a portion of the grand-prize to buy gift cards for charity and his daughters.
Now it’s your turn and Michael want you to be as lucky as he was. “You are missing out!” he says. “Help charities and also have a chance to win a great prize!”
Head on over to www.dreamgiveaway.com and make a heart-felt donation to win your favorite prize package.
We have the Dream Giveaway Garage showroom packed with pulse-pounding muscle-car giveaways ready for you to enter and win —Shelby has a 2020 GT500 Mustang (and a Shelby F-150), a ’67 GTO, a ’69 Hurst/Olds, two high-performance Camaros, a big-block ’66 Sting Ray convertible, a Championship Edition Cadillac CTS-V and a 427ci/425hp ’66 Impala. It’s not a stretch to say we have a prize package for everybody and that includes you at www.dreamgiveaway.com.
People who are particular about their cars or trucks know the importance of protecting their prized possessions. That’s why the Dream Giveaway Garage trusts California Car Cover to protect our grand-prize cars from moisture, dust, and weather.
Since 1989, California Car Cover Company has been producing top-of-the-line custom fit car covers, earning them the title, “Home of the World’s Softest Custom Fit Car Covers.” California Car Cover boasts a library of over 10,000 custom-fit vehicle patterns, each custom-made using the latest technology and best fabrics. Whether you are looking for the softest cover to pamper your classic or a durable cover to protect your vehicle from the elements, California Car Cover has the right cover for you. All of the California Car Covers are custom-fit to the year, make and model of the vehicle. Whether it is a brand new car, rare exotic or unique classic, California Car Cover can make a custom fit cover to protect it.
Keeping your vehicle looking its best, California Car Cover is your source for complete car care; the home of the Original California Car Duster, the Original California Jelly Blade, the Original California Dry Blade and California Golden Shine which is their exclusive line of car care products.
Your one-stop source for all products related to the automotive lifestyle! Custom-fit seat covers, floor mats, sun shades, dash covers, garage creepers, battery maintenance items, apparel, collectible signs and limited edition replica models.
Prolonging the beauty of your car starts with a great car cover. Please visit California Car Cover at www.calcarcover.com and be sure to tell them you read about their great products in Dream Giveaway’s Shiftin’ Gears.
Congratulations to Peter Holland of Illinois, the grand-prize winner in the Tesla Dream Giveaway. Next month’s winner announcement will be the two Corvettes on January 15th. Good luck to all of you and we hope you are the next big Dream Giveaway grand-prize winner.
When you donate to win any of our great grand-prize packages, a portion of your donation benefits the National Guard Educational Foundation (NGEF). We recently checked in with this incredible all-American organization and asked them to tell us about what they will be working on in 2021.
The National Guard Educational Foundation’s mission is to preserve the history and heritage of the National Guard of the United States for present and future generations. The National Guard turned 384 years old on December 13th, making it the nation’s most enduring military organization – dedicated to protecting and supporting the homeland as well as augmenting the Army and the Air Force on the field of battle overseas. Clearly, there is a lot of story to tell!
NGEF achieves its mission through a variety of programs, including the National Guard Memorial Museum, Library and Archive in Washington, D.C. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, the museum has been closed to the public for most of 2020. We look forward to re-opening in earnest at some point in 2021. Perhaps the most important work that NGEF does is administer its scholarship fund for the children of National Guardsmen lost since 9/11 in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since 2011, we have awarded nearly 100 scholarships totaling over $450,000 to deserving kids throughout the nation. In 2020 alone, NGEF awarded seven additional scholarships.
As the calendar flips and we prepare for a return to normalcy at some point in 2021, the work of telling the story of our National Guard remains even more prominent. Throughout 2020, so much has been asked of our Guardsmen with respect to the COVID response. Telling this story, an American story, is of the utmost importance.
Visit www.dreamgiveaway.com today and make a heartfelt donation to enter to win some amazing prize packages. When you do so, you’ll be helping the National Guard Educational Foundation fund its activities for 2021 and beyond.
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.