Enter to Win This Time Capsule, Fully Restored 1968 Pontiac GTO Convertible!

GRAVETTE, Ark. - ArkaSun -- The GTO Dream Giveaway, brought to you by Ames Performance Engineering, has officially launched! One lucky winner will go home with a 1968 Pontiac GTO convertible! Also included in the grand-prize package is a $19,000 payout towards the prize taxes for the winner.

The Grand Prize Vehicle: This 33,000 original-mile GTO convertible was the subject of a top-notch frame-off restoration focusing on its originality and low miles. It features a stunning Cameo Ivory exterior paired with a black convertible top and interior.

Under the hood you'll find a 350-horsepower, matching-numbers 400ci Pontiac V-8 engine backed by a four-speed Muncie manual transmission. Only 3,116 GTO convertibles were made in 1968 with a 400ci/four-speed combo, which makes this vehicle even more rare.

Other features include: Saf-T-Track limited-slip differential, AM Radio, hideaway headlamps, rally gauge cluster and tachometer, Rally II wheels, heavy duty fan and fan clutch, ride and handling package, front disc brakes and more! Also included is a copy of the original window sticker and a binder detailing its previous owners.

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ENTER NOW to win this breathtaking GTO by calling toll-free to (866) 600-0646 and using promo code PL0823E or entering online at www.dreamgiveaway.com/tickets/gto?promo=PL0823E and you'll get DOUBLE bonus tickets with any donation of $25 or more!

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, NBCH will provide grants to several worthwhile charities, including Victory Junction, Honor Flight of West Central Florida, National Guard Educational Foundation, Smile Network International, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Bright Pink and 4Kids.

DG Group, Inc./ Kim Meyers

Source: New Beginning Children's Homes
Filed Under: Automotive

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