Well, it’s a little different. In years past, the giveaway cars have been Corvettes, but to celebrate the 50-year heritage of the Chevrolet Camaro, this year’s giveaway features a pair of the pony cars: a restomod 1967 Rally Sport, and the #001 2017 Lingenfelter Signature Edition ZL1.
The ’67 RS Camaro restomod couples classic design with modern day performance. Under the hood sits a 408-ci big block fitted with a high-performance cam, 454 heads, a high-flow intake, and a 750-cfm double-pumper carburetor. The result is an estimated 400+ horsepower. Mated to this beastly big block is a Tremec TKO five-speed automatic transmission, which sends the power back to an Auburn Positrac unit with a Richmond 4.10 gear set
To compliment this serious power, the Camaro is equipped with QA-1 Beehive coilovers and tubular control arms, Detroit Speed multi-leaf rear springs, and Wilwood brakes.
The Lingenfelter Signature Edition Camaro ZL1 is being referred to as the “king of Camaros”, with its 800 horsepower and 800-lb-ft of torque. These numbers are produced by a refined 6.2L LT4 V8, which features an Edelbrock E-force supercharger, ported and polished cylinder heads, “ultra-high-performance” camshafts, and custom tuning by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. The firm claims that this Camaro ZL1 can sprint to 60 in about three seconds, and cover the quarter-mile in less than eleven.
In addition to these two iconic Camaros, Lingenfelter will also pay $35,000 towards the taxes levied on the winner.
Proceeds from the giveaway will be donated to the New Beginning Children’s Homes organization, and in-turn provide funding to the following causes: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Disabled American Veterans, National Guard Educational Foundation, Smile Network International, the Detroit Rescue Mission, and Bright Pink.
With such tantalizing prizes and such worthy causes, we expect the Dream Giveaway to be no less of a success than in years past. To enter for your chance to win, click here. Entry prices range from $3.00 for 1 ticket, to $5,000.00 for 6,000 tickets.