AutoTraderClassics.com Contest Could Put You in an Exotic Car
- AutoTrader Classics contest giving away exotic car seat time
- Also includes $5,000 check and high-end vacation
- Enter at AutoTraderClassics.com/dream
If you've ever wanted to drive some of today's best exotic sports cars (and who hasn't?), you'll want to check out a new contest from AutoTrader Classics. The website recently announced a new "Drivin' the Dream" sweepstakes with an exciting grand prize.
According to AutoTraderClassics.com, the winner of the site's "Drivin' the Dream" contest gets a $5,000 check and the "Dream Car Tour" from Gotham Dream Cars. That means a 3-hour test drive -- with two ride-along companions -- in some of the latest Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and Bentley models.
And it doesn't stop there. The winner also gets four round-trip tickets to Miami, New York or Los Angeles, along with a 2-night stay in a swanky InterContinental Hotels property. Maybe best of all, the contest even includes a 1-day luxury vehicle rental worth up to $1,000. That's a big prize for anyone interested in cars or simply spending a few days in the lap of luxury.
So how can you win?
To enter for the prize, all you need to do is visit AutoTraderClassics.com/dream and register. You have until the end of August to throw your hat in the ring. AutoTrader Classics says it'll announce a winner in late September.
"AutoTrader Classics provides car enthusiasts of all varieties a place to find the car of their dreams," said Marcus Dame, director of AutoTrader Classics. "This sweepstakes allows one lucky winner the experience to test drive a collection of exotic cars for the ultimate road experience."
Since the contest is free to enter, we highly recommend putting your name down and taking your chances. Who knows: Your next sports car experience could be behind the wheel of a brand-new Ferrari.
What it means to you: If you're interested in getting some seat time in an exotic car -- and some cash in your pocket -- check out the AutoTraderClassics.com "Drivin' the Dream" contest.