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Win a NASCAR-inspired 2011 Dodge Charger R/T

The Kurt Busch Foundation has announced a raffle with an incredible grand prize – a customized 2011 Dodge Charger R/T featuring upgrades and styling based on Kurt Busch’s #22 Penske Charger race car and the Mopar Redline Charger that debuted at the 2010 SEMA Show.

The raffle for the Kurt Busch Foundation customized 2011 Dodge Charger R/T is simple enough; tickets are sold for $100 a piece with a limit of 5000 tickets sold. This means that if you make a $100 donation to Busch’s charitable foundation you have no worse than 1 in 5000 odds of winning this great looking new Dodge Charger. Even if you do not win, your $100 is tax deductible and it goes to support a good cause.

The customized 2011 Dodge Charger R/T being raffled off begins on the outside with a Redline Red exterior paint trimmed with twin gold stripes – reflecting the color scheme of the #22 Kurt Busch/Team Penske Dodge Charger. Along the front end, the 2011 Charger R/T comes equipped with a chin spoiler to add to the aggressive look of the new muscular sedan and along the back end this Charger features a duckbill style spoiler similar to the one seen on the Mopar Redline Charger at the 2010 SEMA Show (with the exception of the fact that the SEMA Show car didn’t have a third brake light coming through the duckbill spoiler). Finally, along the sides the Kurt Busch Foundation 2011 Charger features side scoops on the front doors similar to what we saw on the Mopar Redline Charger at SEMA and a set of black-chrome 20” rims with red trim complete the “red line” theme.

Inside, the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T offered by the Kurt Busch Foundation features unique Mopar/Katzkin leather seats with Kurt Busch’s signature and #22 logo on the seatbacks, accented by bright red piping around the edges and a dark red center section. The 5.7L Hemi of the 2011 Charger R/T is modified with the help of a Mopar cat back exhaust system and when you combine the cost of the car with the modifications, the fine print lists this as being a car with a value of $50,000…not to mention the uniqueness that cannot be priced out and the fact that your money goes to help a great cause.

Click here to visit the Kurt Busch Foundation website for more information about the charitable group and their awesome 2011 Dodge Charger R/T raffle, including information on how to get your change to win!

Source: Dodge Facebook page

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George Black (not verified)    November 10, 2013 - 12:03AM

Where can I get a nascar style rear spoiler for my 2013 Charger?