Kurt Busch Foundation Offers 2011 Dodge Charger R/T: Supporting a Good Cause image

Dodge lovers have a very great opportunity ahead to win a special edition Dodge Charger R/t and thereby helping for a good cause.

No doubt, NASCAR fans are pretty much familiar with the name Kurt Busch. However, the American NASCAR and NHRA driver who is also head of the Kurt Busch Foundation has some more plans rather than just being the leader in a number of races held in past few years. He is a third-generation race car driver and is now set to offer a unique edition through a one-off 2011 Charger R/T.

Those who are looking forward for this vehicle must rush to get a ticket available for him since total 5,000 tickets are only available. Each ticket will cost $100 and all the efforts are put together to support education, health care, career training, and rehabilitation of individuals. To be more precise, this is not just an ordinary Dodge Charger. This special edition flaunts a distinctive Redline Red color along with door scoops which got an inspiration from the 1970 Charger R/T.

Remaining features of this special edition include a special rear spoiler as well as front fascia, special Mopar Performance lowering kit, and a set of black chrome 20″ wheels. The vehicle will produce 370 horsepower from its 5.7 liter HEMI V8 engine. A new Mopar Cat-Back exhaust system is the other feature of this car. Apart from the exterior works, the car will also received some good interior work such as Mopar Katzkin leather which will be adorned on the high-bucket seats, featuring the signature as well as number of Busch.

Dodge and Mopar have already lent their hands to the foundation for this good cause and if you also want to help them then simply log on to www.kurtbusch.com and purchase a ticket for you.





By Sunita Mandal