Win a Tricked Out Charger R/T from the Kurt Busch Foundation!

 

 

When Kurt Busch is not running his No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil Sprint Cup Charger on the NASCAR high banks, he’s busy helping others in need. The Kurt Busch Foundation  www.kurtbusch.com/foundation lends meaningful support for the betterment of organizations. They get involved in the areas of health care, education, career training and rehabilitation and lend support to military families going through rough times.

 

Kurt wanted to do something very cool to raise funds for his foundation and collaborated with us and Mopar® to customize a “one-off” 2011 Charger R/T. This awesome looking ride is painted in our new Redline Red color and features a yellow centered racing stripe. It’s also been fitted with door scoops inspired right from the 1970 Charger R/T. The rear spoiler and front fascia are also unique and tell folks this is no ordinary R/T model. Black chrome 20-inch wheels and Mopar Performance lowering kit give the Charger and even more aggressive stance. The 370 horsepower 5.7L HEMI® V8 will breathe a little easier and have an even throatier note thanks to Mopar Cat-Back exhaust system. On the inside, Mopar Katzkin® leather seats featuring Busch’s signature and number are fitted on the high-buckets.

 

“This is one fabulous Dodge,” said Kurt.  “I’m delighted with what Dodge and Mopar have done and how they’ve helped the Foundation. They’ve done a stand-out job on this car. Someone is going to be very happy driving this amazing Dodge around town.”

 

This is the second time the Kurt Busch Foundation has conducted a car raffle as in 2009, a lucky winner laid some rubber in a Challenger SRT8. So don’t be left at the curb and put in gear as only 5,000 raffle tickets will be sold for this head turning Charger R/T. Tickets may be purchased online at www.kurtbusch.com for $100.00 each.  Additional photos of the Charger along with a schedule of events to see this muscle machine in person can also be found on the website.


  • SUBLIME

    This car is sharp.  Why doesn’t Dodge sell this at their dealerships?  Change out the 22 on the seats and stitch R/T and do the stripes in black.  The redline tires are really sharp. This would sell with those minor tweaks.  The rear and front spoilers make this car.  Great job!

  • dvntdodge

    Hot sick ass ride! N its for a good cause.  Good job Mr. Busch

  • NeonNites

    Yeah Dodge, you need to make this car and even make a Kurt Busch edition with autographed dash plaques.  Tuff looking car.  Maybe even make a limited edition of 22 of these. The rear deck spoiler, front air dam and door scoops make this car look ten times better. I am even tempted to buy one and give my turbo neon to my son.

  • Hurrikain

    Love the car ( minus the yellow stripes ).. BTW does anyone know who the rear spoiler is by? That really makes the car! Yeah this car is way hotter looking than the upcoming 2012 SRT8 Charger.

  • NeonNites

    Hurrikain, all the extra parts are Mopar parts, although you cannot order them yet.  I have tried.  I have been waiting to buy a Dodge Charger, however, I want the door scoops, rear spoiler, and front air dam but it is not in the Mopar catalog yet.  I want to have all the parts installed before I drive it around so I will just have to wait.  Hopefully, they will release a car like this so I do not have to buy all this crap and put it on later.  Sometimes I wonder about the Dodge Boys.  Anybody can tell these parts make the car look 100% better so slap them on and sell it.  This car looks much better than the SRT8 Audi/Mitsubishi grille looking thing.  Just make this car already…what the heck are we waiting for?

  • Hurrikain

    NeonNites, I have to laugh because that’s exactly what I call the 2012 SRT8 Charger ( a SRT Audi ) LOL
    Yeah I am really digging the rear spoiler for sure…I actually have to call my Dodge Salesperson today to see what the heck is going on with the Green with Envy Challengers. I have one on order but haven’t heard a word and it has been months. Starting to wonder if GWE is on the no longer produced paint list.

  • ROADNTRACK

    R/T is def. better looking than the SRT!  Just saw a black R/T with the WPX code Classic
    wheels and the red R/T logos on the grille and tail that looks sweet!

  • peteMT

    Just a thought:
     
    A special edition Charger with that black door scoop and in Petty Blue would sure be something.