You could win a pair of Bullitt Mustangs by donating to charity!
A pair of iconic Ford Mustangs could be yours thanks to Dream Giveaway. It's for charity too, so what are you waiting for?
We’ve all imagined ourselves in the place of Steve McQueen in the classic car-guy movie Bullitt. Is there anything cooler than the sight of a Highland Green Mustang fastback roaring through the streets of San Francisco? Well, that particular daydream could come true for you thanks to Dream Giveaway.
What’s better than one Bullitt Mustang? How about two! A pair of them is up for grabs in the form of a fully restored 1968 Mustang just like McQueen’s, and the latest 480-bhp special-edition Ford Mustang Bullitt.
Not only is Dream Giveaway offering the chance to win these cars AND pay $25,000 towards taxes, but it’s also a great way to help a selection of great charities. Donations will aid New Beginning Children’s Homes, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Honor Flight of West Central Florida, Detroit Rescue Mission, Smile Network International, National Guard Educational Fund and Bright Pink in their vital work.
The 1968 car is powered by a pristine restomod 390ci V-8 engine with dual four-barrel carbs and intake, a modern five-speed manual transmission as well as a new exhaust system. Other modern touches include air conditioning, independent front suspension and adjustable coilovers to tighten things up should you wish to visit the track. This pony car took no less than $150,000 to build and would look great in your garage.
However, the classic ’Stang is only half of the prize. The new Ford Mustang Bullitt takes everything that makes the understated classic cool, and combines it with a modern muscle car. Its 5.0-liter V-8 engine is capable of getting this coupe to a top speed of 163 mph, more than enough to outrun that suspicious Dodge Charger that has been on your tail. This fully loaded example is also equipped with Recaro seats, Bullitt Technology Package and Magneride Damping System, worth $3,800.
If you get goose bumps just thinking about how this pair of icons will look in your driveway, head over to the Dream Giveaway website and enter the promo code VJ1018M2 when donating more than $25 to get 25% more tickets as a bonus.
This article is sponsored by Dream Giveaway. Since 2008, Dream Giveaway has delivered millions of dollars in unrestricted funds to individual sponsor charities and a variety of grant recipients thanks to individual donors.
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