Gallery: Win a Pair of Dream Giveaway Charger Super Bees


Dream Giveaway continues to outdo itself with its great drawings. The latest giveaway will simultaneously quench the desires of an old-school Mopar enthusiast and a late-model devotee. Dream Giveaway calls this promotion “the 2024 Super Bee Dream Giveaway.” The package includes a vintage-era muscle car, a 1971 Charger Super Bee, a late model 2023 Charger Hellcat “Hell Bee,” and to offset the taxes on the Bees, Dream Giveaway includes $32,000 in cash. For our readers, Dream Giveaway has a “Mopar Insider” 2x the tickets deal for each donation.

Interestingly, 1971 ended the first muscle car period, although some will argue that Pontiac continued the performance era until 1974. The ’71 Super Bee is an excellent example of Dodge’s final gasp of performance before entering the malaise era. Likewise, 2023 appears to be the end of the line for the latest muscle car boon. This time Ford will carry the torch for the internal combustion engine (ICE) legacy for a few more years. The ’23 Hellcat looks like the last shot at any Hemi-equipped vehicles for the near future from Chrysler.

In the fall of 1970, Dodge introduced the all-new, one-year-only Super Bee on the Charger platform. The Dream Giveaway ’71 Super Bee has a 383 cubic inch displacement engine and a New Process four-speed transmission rowed by a Pistol Grip shifter. The 8 ¾-inch rear axle is filled with 3.23:1 gears.

The Super Bee was built at the Lynch Road Assembly Plant on June 10, 1971, and shipped to a California dealer. Additional options on the Super Bee include a 59-amp battery, dual exhaust, Rallye gauges, tachometer, Go-Wing rear spoiler, blackout hood treatment, Rallye suspension, a noise reduction package, and the ultra-rate EL5 High Impact Butterscotch paint.

The ’71 Charger is one of 773 Super Bees with a 383 and a 4-speed, but when the rare Butterscotch paint is factored in, the Super Bee is one of an estimated fifty-three. The winner can be confident the car is factory complete. The Super Bee comes with the two original broadcast sheets, the original body tag, and an engine and transmission with the factory vehicle identification number stamps.

To complement the ’71 Super Bee, Dream Giveaway has added a ’23 Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody. This Hellcat is available only through this giveaway. The “Hell Bee” has a unique graphics package installed by the Dream Giveaway Garage. In addition, American Car Craft added an engine light and appearance kit, and APR Performance installed a carbon-fiber front splitter and rear diffuser and custom front, rear, and side badging.

The Hell Bee has a supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi pumping out 717 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. The huffed Hemi pushes the Hell Bee from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and the quarter mile in 11 seconds. The Dodge has a 204-mph top speed capability.

The ’23 Charger Hellcat Hell Bee is one of none. The exterior is Pitch Black paint with a Laguna leather interior. In addition, the following components have been upgraded to enhance the performance and appearance. The brake calipers, exhaust tips, exterior badging, and SRT spoiler are all finished in black. Additionally, the seat belts and floor mat binding are finished in sepia (a reddish-brown color). Lastly, the rolling stock consists of 20×11-inch carbon black Warp Speed Wheels and 305/35ZR20 3-season tires.

In May, the 2024 Super Bee Dream Giveaway started, and it ends on March 14, 2024. The total grand prize is valued at $182,502. To have a chance at winning both Chargers, all that you must do is donate to Dream Giveaway. When you enter to win, you will be supporting charities that help veterans and children. Enter now for a once-in-a-lifetime prize package.

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Chris Holley

Technical Contributor Chris has been a college professor for 25 years; at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA. for the last 20 years. Chris instructs automotive classes in HVAC, electrical/electronics, and high-performance, including using a chassis dyno, flow benches, and various machining equipment. Recently, he added a vintage vehicle upholstery class to his teaching assignments. Chris owns a '67 Dart, a '75 Dart, a '06 Charger, and a '12 Cummins turbo diesel Ram, and he is a multi-time track champion (drag racing) with his '69 340 Dart, which he has owned for 34 years.