We’ve been teaming up with Dream Giveaway for over five years, and have helped them award high-interest and highly-collectible vehicles to those who have entered. This year is no different, and for the third time since they’ve been doing this, they’re giving away a Special Edition Trans Am with Burt Reynolds’ autograph.
This is a car that was restored just before Mr. Reynolds had passed in September, 2018, and features his John Hancock on the Shaker hood scoop. Dream Giveaway have teamed up with Ames Performance Engineering, as well as AutoCentric Media, to give you a chance to WIN this beautiful car.
As a bonus, with each car they giveaway, they also throw in the cash to cover the taxes! To enter, and to earn extra FREE tickets for a chance to WIN this car, be sure to click/enter the special code (TQ1019Z): HERE.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition
“I know what an important part the Smokey and the Bandit movie has played in the lives of so many of my fans.”— Burt Reynolds (2015)
Win a Bandit Trans Am Autographed by the Legendary Burt Reynolds
Shut your eyes and imagine a black and gold Pontiac Trans Am trekking along the interstate with a “Smokey” on its tail.
What famous Hollywood actor comes to mind?
The answer, of course, is: Burt Reynolds.
In September 2018, the legendary star of Smokey and the Bandit passed away at the age of 82.
Now Dream Giveaway Garage, in cooperation with the Estate of Burt Reynolds, wants you win a fully restored 1979 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition autographed by the immortal Bandit himself. Plus if you’re the winner, we’ll pay $17,500 for the taxes. Keep reading to learn more about this very special Bandit Trans Am and how you can put it in your garage.
Burt’s Estate Saved This Last Bandit For You
Dream Giveaway Garage worked closely with the Estate of Burt Reynolds to handpick the perfect Bandit Trans Am, which honors Burt Reynolds’ life, legacy and films. Now you can bring home this very special Bandit Trans Am in the Bandit Dream Giveaway brought to you by Ames Performance Engineering.
This documented 1979 Pontiac Trans Am has all the signature features that made Smokey and the Bandit a car-guy classic for all time – Pontiac’s black and gold Special Edition package, T-top roofs and a numbers-matching V-8 engine.
When you enter with a generous donation to help veterans and kids, you’ll be one step closer to bringing home this 37,000-original-mile Bandit Trans Am restored to Dream Giveaway’s exacting standards and autographed by the star of over 60 Hollywood movies, including Smokey and the Bandit and Smokey and the Bandit II. (Restoration provided by Classic Pontiac Rescue. Restoration parts provided by Ames Performance Engineering.)
Put The Pedal to the Metal and Enter Now
Smokey and the Bandit fans, listen up. If your lifelong dream is to own a Bandit Trans Am with Burt Reynolds’ autograph looking back at you every time you put the pedal to the metal, this is the only Bandit Trans Am on earth for you.
This grand-prize 1979 Pontiac Trans Am includes the following factory options:
- Y84 Special Edition Package
- 19R Black Vinyl Standard Interior
- 6.6 Litre (403ci) V-8 engine
- Automatic Transmission
- Air conditioning
- AM-FM Radio
- 2.41 Rear Axle
Veterans and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now.
Ames Performance Engineering sells only Pontiac parts and is in its 40th year of supplying enthusiasts worldwide. During this time it has established a reputation with its customers for prompt service and the finest quality products available. Each year Ames attends 13 major swap meets with its vending trailer.
Ames sponsors over 75 Pontiac club shows and events and is title sponsor of The Ames Performance Pontiac Nationals in Norwalk, Ohio. Many of the 55,000+ parts Ames sells are exclusive product manufactured by the company. Ames’ goal is to supply the customer with the best available products always at fair prices backed by the best customer service in the industry.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.