Time Is Running Out to Enter to Win this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am Signed by the Late Burt Reynolds!
Your Tax-Deductible Donation Supports Worthwhile Charities
through Donations to New Beginning Children's Homes
By: New Beginning Children's Homes
The Grand Prize: Dream Giveaway Garage worked closely with the Burt Reynolds Estate to handpick a first-rate Bandit Trans Am to honor the actor's life, legacy and films. They chose a 1979 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition — 1 of 9,874 produced. This grand-prize vehicle features Reynolds' autograph and his movie nickname "Bandit" in his penmanship on the hood's Shaker scoop, 37,000 original miles, a cosmetic restoration by Classic Pontiac Rescue, and restoration pieces by Ames Performance Engineering.
This grand-prize vehicle's other notable features include a numbers-matching V-8 engine, removable T-top roof panels, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, 2.41 rear axle, AM-FM radio, black vinyl standard interior, and reproduction Goodyear tires provided by Kelsey Tire.
Enter now to win this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am autographed by the immortal Bandit himself before it's too late! To enter to win, the general public can simply call toll-free to (866) 600-0646 or go to www.dreamgiveaway.com/
New Beginning Children's Homes (NBCH), the sponsor of this giveaway, is a 501(c)3 provider of family-style long-term residential care with a mission to provide foster children a safe and faith-centered family atmosphere where they can heal, grow, and be loved while working through difficult life issues. In addition to the funding they receive, when you enter to win, your donation to NBCH will also provide grants to several worthwhile charities, including Honor Flight of West Central Florida, National Guard Educational Foundation, Smile Network International, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Bright Pink, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries and 4Kids.
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