Gallery: Win Two Hellcats with Dream Giveaway


Recently, Mopar Connection Magazine introduced its readers to a 1969½ Dodge Super Bee available through Dream Giveaway Garage. The beautiful A12 M-code Dodge is still available and tickets can be purchased until 11/30/2021, but for some of our readers, the old Detroit iron may not get their hearts pumping. Well, Dream Giveaway has something for modern muscle car enthusiasts, a pair of Hellcats.

The first Hellcat is a 2021 Charger SRT Redeye Widebody, and the other is a limited-production 2021 Durango SRT. To cover the grand prize winner’s sizeable tax bill, Dream Giveaway will throw in an additional $48K. To have a chance to win the Hellcats and help out several worthy charities, all that is necessary is to purchase donation tickets, which are available online.

Left: Dream Giveaway Garage has two Hellcats for a lucky winner. The Hellcat Widebody Redeye is a sharp red color and is tastefully modded. Right: The Charger’s 797 horsepower supercharged 6.2L Hemi is upgraded with performance and appearance components.                                                                                                                    

The Charger 6.2L Hemi pumps out nearly 800 horsepower while the 2021 supercharged Durango churns a respectable 710 horsepower. That is a whopping 1507 combined horsepower, and with that much performance, it makes sense that Dream Giveaway has two heavy-hitting celebrity representatives involved with the Hellcats, Leah Pruett and “Big Daddy” Don Garlits.

Garlits is known for his many innovations and accomplishments, including 17 national championships (AHRA-10, IHRA-4, and NHRA-3). Big Daddy was the first to run 170, 180, 200, 240, 250, and 270 mph in the quarter mile. In addition, he developed the first successful rear-engine (mid-engine) dragster that made the front engine dragster uncompetitive nearly immediately. Garlits is in several halls of fame, and he was honored as the number one driver for NHRA’s first 50 years (1951-2000).

Left: Drag racing legend “Big Daddy” Don Garlits and current Mopar Top Fuel pilot Leah Pruett have taken time to lend their celebrity status to the Hellcats giveaway. Right: Between the Durango and the Charger, there is over 1500 horsepower on tap. Pruett’s dragster has a Hemi with just a bit more horsepower.

Pruett is the current driver of the Mopar-sponsored Top Fuel dragster out of the Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) stable. Additionally, she won the 2018 NHRA SAMTech Factory Stock Showdown championship in her DSR prepared Challenger Drag Pak.

“The 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye hits the road with frankly silly 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque. It’s absurd. It’s awesome,” wrote Cnet.com. The TorRed supercharged Charger SRT has an MSRP of $89,265, can efficiently run 10.60s in the quarter mile, and has a top speed of 203 mph. In addition, Dream Giveaway selected a Redeye package with a Carbon/Suede interior, nineteen Harmon Hardon Amped speakers, red seat belts contrasted against a black interior, a power sunroof, and 20×11-inch Warp Speed Granite Wheels.

Left: Big Daddy put the Charger through its paces at the strip. The Charger quickly clicked off quarter-mile runs in the 10.60s. Right: The Charger and the Durango have plenty of performance, but unlike the hi-po cars of the 60s and 70s, the Hellcats have comfortable interiors, air conditioning, heat, and ride great.                                                  

The Dream Giveaway Garage employees poured on the mods. They installed an APR front splitter and rear diffusor, Legmaker Intake cold air intake, Oracle Lighting, Billet Badges emblems, custom Hellcat graphics, Hurst shifter, and Flowmaster American Thunder exhaust. The tasteful modifications enhance the Redeye’s look, which adds to the uniqueness of the Charger.

Just as potent as the Charger, the Crystal Black Durango SRT can hustle through the quarter mile in 12-seconds. In addition, the Durango has the Technology Group, rear DVD Entertainment package, Black package, and Trailer Tow Group IV. Additional parts include a Premium interior group, red seat belts, power sunroof, flame-red dual stripes by Mopar, nineteen Harmon Hardon Amped Speakers, and blind-spot and cross-path detection. “We will build 2000 of the Hellcat models, and 2021 is the only year they will be produced, ensuring that it will be a very special, sought-after performance SUV for years to come.” – Dodge.

Above: Check out the window stickers for each Hellcat. The list of standard and optional parts installed is impressive. Unfortunately, the fuel economy is a little low, and although these cars could be daily drivers, they will likely be used as weekend warriors. 

In addition, several Dream Giveaway Garage modifications have been added to the Durango, including 22-inch Warp Speed Granite wheels, Continental tires, Flowmaster American Thunder Series 40 mufflers and custom dual exhaust, and an APR front splitter and rear diffusor.

To have a chance to win the Hellcats, Dream Giveaway is currently accepting tax-deductible donations until 4/26/2022, with the drawing occurring on 5/12/2022. If the winning ticket holder does not want the Hellcats, the winner has a $50,000 (net $37,500) option. Review the official rules for more information.

Left: The Durango’s supercharged 6.2L Hemi is detailed to the nines. Right: If you desire a pair of Hellcats, what is necessary is to visit Dream Giveaway online and make a donation for a ticket.                                                                                                             

Whether old- or new-school, Dream Giveaway has the Mopar for you. Each donation contributes to numerous desirable charities. So, select your favorite Dodge, or better yet, pick up several donation tickets for the Super Bee and the Hellcats from Dream Giveaway.

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Chris Holley

Technical Contributor Chris has been a college professor for 23 years; the last 18 spent at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA. During the day Chris instructs automotive HVAC and electrical/electronic classes, and high-performance classes, which includes the usage of a chassis dyno, flow benches, and various machining equipment at night. Chris owns a '67 Dart, a '75 Dart, a '06 Charger, 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 32 years.

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