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Win A 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 In Pennzoil Sweepstakes

 
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 Penske Racing-inspired 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

Penske Racing-inspired 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

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Are you feeling lucky?

If so, you should zip over to Pennzoil's "Join the Pursuit" sweepstakes page, where you can enter to win a very special 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, inspired by Penske Racing.

"Join the Pursuit" is a marketing campaign that celebrates the partnership between Pennzoil and Penske Racing. The special-edition Challenger is apparently the first of its kind and was custom built by Chrysler's Street and Racing Technology Group.

In addition to the 392's "regular features" (insofar as 470 horsepower can be considered "regular"), this particular model boasts a special dual-finish black paint scheme, 20-inch wheels, a custom cat-back exhaust system, accent stitching on the leather seats, and Pennzoil and Penske Racing badges located throughout the car.

So, how do you win it? By submitting an official "entry code", which you've gotten off a game piece from a participating oil-change outlet, or from the "Join the Pursuit" website. You can enter no more than two times using either method, and entries come to a screeching halt at 11:59pm CT on October 31, 2011.

A few days later, on November 8, winners will be selected at random from all eligible entries. One very lucky person will drive off in the Challenger (value: $60,000, or about $15,000 over the regular 392). Another 175 moderately lucky individuals will walk away with Shell gift cards or Penske Racing hats (value: $50 - $22). And the rest of you will have to be content knowing that you've handed over your name and email address to a range of corporate entities for who-knows-what ends.

Good luck!

[Pennzoil via MotorTrend]



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  1. so a standard SRT goes for US$45k ? it still makes me laugh that there are people in the US that actually complain about the price of cars or petrol. come down to Australia and take a look. A comparative HSV GTS coupe that is not too disimilar to the challenger will be over AU$100k, and thats taking into account the 1:1 exchange rate. and our fule i think at last calculation was 3 times more expensive. yay for us hahaha
     
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  2. Yea but... the women outnumber the men, big time, down under, so...
     
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