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The leaves have fallen, there is a crisp air, and there have been many forecasts of snow, which can only mean one thing: We will arrive at Christmas. While you are busy thinking about the gifts you will give your loved ones, we are here Automatic log decided on the dream car we wanted to see in our driveway on Christmas morning. A car for Christmas may seem a bit extreme and expensive, but thanks to the Omaze Sweepstakes, it’s not breaking the bank. Here are the current sweepstakes we want to win this holiday season.
James Riswick, West Coast Editor: Let me be clear, DeLorean It’s a pretty awesome car. Its speedometer doesn’t even go up to the legendary 88 mph. Seriously, look at the pictures: tops out at 85. Also, who serves a DeLorean? And how much does it cost to maintain one? $AlloftheMoney or just $MostoftheMoney? So owning it can be a bit of a headache, but at least by winning one through Omaze you’ll ease the financial burden of buying one in the first place. You’ll also have the chance to own one of the most iconic cars of all time, one that transcends car fascination and is instantly recognizable as the “Back to the Future” car. . Plus, “everyone” doesn’t know that DeLorean It’s actually a pretty terrible car. So I own By James Bond car from 1995, why not Doc Brown’s from 1985?
Eddie Sabatini, Executive Producer: Why I choose +$200K Bentley SUV? Because even if I could afford one, I would never be able to turn around and spend money on one. So why not try to win a prize by contributing what I can afford to a good cause? The first time I saw Bentley Bentayga up close and personal at the Frankfurt Motor Show (I forget what year but I will never forget this SUV). And even though it looks like Bentayga The Omaze being offered for sale doesn’t have the luxury tailgate setup that I fell in love with when I saw it in Frankfurt, I still want to enter to win.
Byron Hurd, Editor: Few automotive marketing efforts form more in my head Mercedes-Benz Holiday spots and magazine locations. Santa Claus on a red car, silver reindeer right? I have always been a fan of W113 SL. It doesn’t have much more time than that, so this ticking both my box and the included “Pagoda” hardhead is a nice plus. This is also just a clean, well-restored car that doesn’t have anything to prove. I respect that.
Erik Maier, Multimedia Producer: There’s certainly no shortage of great cars to win from Omaze for the rest of the year, but if I’m lucky enough to win one, I hope it will be. Tesla Model WILL. If you can take a look at the never-ending pranks of billionaire Elon, there’s no denying that Tesla make some really great Electric Car. This Pattern S Plaid can go 400 miles on a single charge, more than I am used to, and it will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in a matter of seconds 2 seconds, a feature I also probably won’t use much of, but it’s sure to be a fun, occasional party trick. I admit, I was a bit confused about the steering wheel design for this one, but I’m pretty sure it’s something I could easily get used to on a $100,000+ car I just won. get it at a low price, for free. .
Greg Migliore, Editor-in-Chief: I will follow the custom 1969 Ford F-100. This example is a wonderful blend of modern power – the Coyote V8 under the hood – and classic charm. Two-tone paint and distressed whiskey-colored seats really set the era. There are a lot of new features, such as LED lights and even some hot-touch details, like the Borla exhaust. Bigger Ford trucks finally getting some mainstream attention, as evidenced by ’78 Eluminator word concept SEMA, and it’s worth it. This benefits Kevin Bacon’s charity, and I just happened to be watching Aaron Sorkin’s 1992 movie.”Some good men,” in which Bacon, Demi Moore, Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and seems like every other actor from the 1990s and 2000s appeared.
Zac Palmer, Road Test Editor: I usually choose one sport car kind for this kind of thing, but my time in a Wrangler 392 Truly one of the most fun I’ve had on any medium. It is absurd and shamelessly outrageous. You quickly stop caring why it doesn’t make any sense, because you’re simply having fun making that obnoxious V8 noise and accelerating faster than any car. like this can be done. Holidays are (hopefully) about fun and laughter, and Wrangler 392 will spread both of them in waves.
Joel Stocksdale, News Editor: There are many ways to build a recovery system. And many of them can be boring or tasteless. This is not. This is a serious class Pontiac GTO. Under the hood is a 461 cu. in. V8 from Butler Performance is based on reality Pontiac V8, not only different Chevy engine. The whole car becomes refined with the main green metal wheels and clean gray. Without any flashy chrome or decals. And so is the interior, only the steering wheel, gearshift and pedals have been upgraded in another classic cabin. Oh, and it has manuals. This is a muscle car that you will love to drive and show off.
Jeremy Korzeniewski, Consumer Editor: As a kid in the ’80s, there were very few cars that had such an absolute cultural impact on my personal psyche that approached the psyche of DeLorean DMC-12. I would always stop what I was doing to take a look at something, and on the rare occasions when a person passes me on the street, I consider my day official. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that DeLorean not a particularly good vehicle. It’s not very powerful, doesn’t behave like a sports car, and it will never appreciate into the stratosphere like some other ’80s machines can. I do not care. I would love to leave this stainless wonder in my garage and take it out on sunny days to bask in my childhood memories.
Amr Sayour, Producer: I want to win 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda, and you might be wondering why I chose this car over the Tesla Model S or the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Well, read, honestly, it’s classic styling. I’ve seen thousands and thousands of new models on the street but nothing can make me make a double as a classic in a sea of new cars. These two seats are one Classic Mercedes The gorgeous silver color is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a 2.8-liter inline-six that makes 168 horsepower and 193 pound-feet of torque. The red interior is vintage with a holiday vibe. Forget your Christmas sleigh, this is the two-seater I want this season.
You are probably asking yourself, what does it take to win? First of all, according to Omaze, “no contribution or payment is required to enter or win this sweepstakes.” $10 will get you 100 entries, while $50 will get you 1,000 entries and $100 will get you 2,000 entries.
The best part? All of these donations benefit various charities, so keep going Omaze to see which sweepstakes you want to win.