NASCAR fans are very familiar with the name Kurt Busch, but the American NASCAR and NHRA driver has a lot more to offer then just being the leader in several races in the past few years. This third-generation race car driver is also head of the Kurt Busch Foundation, which is currently raffling off a one off 2011 Charger R/T. There are only 5,000 tickets available, each priced at $100 and all proceeds will be used to support health care, education, career training, and the rehabilitation of individuals.

This is no ordinaryDodge Charger, though. This special edition is covered in a distinctive Redline Red color with door scoops inspired right from the 1970 Charger R/T. Other features include a special rear spoiler and front fascia, black chrome 20" wheels and a special Mopar Performance lowering kit. The 370 horsepower 5.7L HEMI V8 will simply purr using the new Mopar Cat-Back exhaust system. The interior will get Mopar Katzkin leather on the high-bucket seats featuring Busch’s signature and number.

"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."

If anyone is interested in helping out a good cause and getting a chance to win this special edition Dodge Charger R/t then head on over to and buy your tickets now!


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  (858) posted on 12.21.2011

I really like how they did the body on this one. And would you look at that, they’re offering it at a raffle, how nice of Busch.

  (382) posted on 10.27.2011

So much for the look guys, how about on its figure performance? Surely, it really had a good looks and striking aesthetic design, but I hope they used a powerful engine on this special edition of them.

  (474) posted on 10.2.2011

Very strong and masculine type of car. I like the simple design yellow parallel lining on the red painted body of the car. It’s been nice and distinct cover. Performance and engine wise, this R/T Kurt is more enhanced and very stylish.

  (402) posted on 08.24.2011

Yeah, I’m really impressed with the speed performance of the vehicle. I would say that this is one of the awesome production from the Dodge.

  (530) posted on 08.24.2011

The produced power output of the car is not that powerful. I really don’t like a special edition for it doesn’t offer something stunning.

  (613) posted on 07.14.2011

It is a good idea for Busch to raffle this car. It is a one cool car that most people will prefer. And of course, to help his foundation. Since he is a known driver, tickets will be sold out immediately.

  (461) posted on 07.12.2011

Why I only found this thread few months late for the raffle? Sigh. I’m a great fan of Busch and hopefully he will do such kind of charity works yearly for his foundation.

  (580) posted on 06.6.2011

Dude, according to Wikipedia. Kurt Busch is an American NASCAR and NHRA driver. He drives the No. 22 Shell Oil Company/Pennzoil Dodge Charger in the NASCAR

  (473) posted on 06.2.2011

That’s a brilliant idea for the good of the Foundation. If I can only grab a ticket, I’ll definitely go for it. A 2011 Crarger R/T for only $100? That’s the best thing that can happen to anyone.

  (714) posted on 06.2.2011

Err, am not familiar with him. Maybe you could elaborate more on his works like how did he became famous or what was the latest news about him? I’m too lazy to check the Wikipedia.

  (302) posted on 05.30.2011

Well, I must admit that I am not really that into all of these raffle draws. But in the prize is some that item above, tyhen it would real,y be a good idea of sending some entries.

  (433) posted on 05.27.2011

Would you look at that. Just goes to show that Kurt really is a nice guy. And an even better thing is that, even though that you might not win the car, you know that your money went to a good cause.

  (592) posted on 05.27.2011

Wow, this one is definitely going to be a great prize for the lucky one who would win it. The only thing probably missing on this one is Busch’s autograph, and the baby is good to go.

  (503) posted on 05.27.2011

I don’t know if they are doing this just to have sale or what. For me, though they are doing this for charity, I will not definitely purchase one of this car, Chevy would be a good choice!

  (570) posted on 05.27.2011

This car was based from the Dodge Charger that happens to be connected in the
Fast and the Furious movie? Does it something to do with the film or they just feel to do so?

  (427) posted on 05.26.2011

Wow, that’s definitely one sexy looking Charger, I really like how they did the body on this one. And would you look at that, they’re offering it at a raffle, how nice of Busch.

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