Raybestos 1964 Pontiac GTO-R. Image courtesy of Raybestos.
The 1964 Pontiac GTO is a legend in American muscle, being the progenitor of the breed, the original muscle car. Now a souped-up, 700-horsepower Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle-built GTO-R could be yours. For Free.
That's right, Raybestos is giving away a unique, custom-built and very impressive LSX 454-powered 700-horsepower 1964 Pontiac GTO-R Road Racer. All you have to do is sign up for the drawing on the official contest site.
Curious to know a little more about the car before you divulge your personal info? Read on.
This Goat is no common farm animal. Built from the frame up by Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle to be a street-legal road race car, including a GM LSX crate engine, Tremec six-speed manual transmission, Moser 9-inch rear-end, custom fabricated body and suspension, $20,000 Raybestos NASCAR brakes, and a reverse-sweep 180-mph speedometer. It's built to be a jack of all trades, too, as at home on the drag strip or the boulevard as it is at the track.
Check out the videos below to get a feel for the car and the people behind the project, and hit the official link below for your chance to win.