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Learn More About this 1969 Charger 500
Learn More About this 1969 Charger 500
Learn More About this 1969 Charger 500
Learn More About this 1969 Charger 500

Hear the Thunder of this '69 Big-Block Dodge Engine

Win a Holy Grail 1969 Dodge Charger 500

Are you ready for another Dream Giveaway first?

Get ready to be the new owner of a holy-grail 1969 Dodge Charger 500. It’s one of only 392 ever built and this one was owned by NASCAR legend Ray Evernham, the host of the television series Glory Road on NBCSN.

In 1968, Dodge introduced the second-generation Dodge Charger. You know the body style by heart. One was featured as the villain car in the movie Bullitt featuring Steve McQueen and one starred in the ’80s TV hit, The Dukes of Hazzard.”

Very few 1969 Dodge Charger 500s still exist. One sold for $141,000 at auction a few years ago. That puts this “holy grail” Dodge muscle car out of reach of most folks, but you know Dream Giveaway has always been about giving the world’s most incredible muscle cars to regular folks just like you.

The keys. The title. The 440ci big-block/four-speed Charger 500. It can all be yours when you donate to help charity today.

Concours-Restored 1969 Charger 500

NASCAR legends Buddy Baker, Bobby Allison and Bobby Isaacs drove 1969 Dodge Charger 500s. Now you can put one of Dodge’s rarest Super Speedway muscle machines in your garage if you’re the winner.

This grand-prize 1969 Charger 500 is an early production car built on September 27, 1968.

It is one of 37 documented examples with a 440ci Dodge big-block and the A33 Track Pack option, which includes a heavy-duty four-speed trans, Hurst shifter with wood grain ball, 9¾-inch Dana rear, 3.54 rear gear, Hemi leaf springs, and many more performance items!

This concours-restored 1969 Dodge Charger 500 features Code R4 Charger Red paint, a white interior, power brakes, tachometer, console, AM radio with 8-track player and 15-inch Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in modern radial tires.

Documentation is extensive, including an original operator’s manual, build report, restoration photo album, receipts (including for the engine rebuild), show board and other papers.

Don’t miss your golden opportunity to win one of the rarest high-performance Dodge muscle cars on earth. Plus, we’ll pay out $17,500 for the prize tax if you’re the winner.

Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now!