Classic Cars, Mighty Hearts: Igniting Hope for Foster Kids.

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Driving Change: DCPS Motorsports Teams Up with A Mighty Change of Heart - Raffle

In a big, noisy world, there are kids who need a hug, a home, and someone to care for them. That's where DCPS Motorsports and A Mighty Change of Heart step in. They're teaming up to help foster kids who've had a tough start in life. And they're doing it in a cool way—a raffle for a special car, a 1970 Chevelle SS.
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Why We're Here:
Think about kids who don't have the basic necessities, like clothes, PJ’s, personal hygiene, their own toy, blanket or even stuffed animal. It's not fair. A Mighty Change of Heart knows this and wants to fix it. They believe every kid deserves a chance to feel safe, happy and loved, no matter what's happened before.
Families who take care of foster kids are heroes. But it's hard. The added cost on top of all the trauma and pain can be overwhelming. A Mighty Change of Heart wants to help these families so they can focus on loving the kids, not worrying about money.
What We Do:
A Mighty Change of Heart gives out special duffle bags filled with things kids need. These bags are like magic—they have everything from clothes to toothpaste, with the child’s name embroidered, it is theirs. It's all new and chosen with love to help kids feel better.
DCPS Motorsports and A Mighty Change of Heart are like superheroes teaming up. They're joining forces to make a big difference for kids. And they're doing it by giving away something amazing—a 1970 Chevelle SS. It's not just a car; it's a symbol of hope and kindness.
About the Car:
This car is super cool! It's an oldie but a goodie, all shiny and new again. Under the hood is a powerful engine that makes it go vroom! But it's not just about speed—it's about heart. This car is special because it's helping kids have a better life.
When you hear the roar of the engine and see the shiny car, remember what it's all about. It's about making life better for kids who need a little extra love. Let's come together and drive change, one step at a time, until every kid knows they're not alone.
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Terms and Rules:

1.     Participants must be at least twenty-one (21) years old or older to enter.
2.    By purchasing a raffle ticket, you grant permission for AMCHAZ and/or DCPS Motorsports to use your name, address, and/or likeness for advertising purposes. 

The Prize

  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

    6.0L V-8, Rotisserie Restoration, RideTech Suspension

    This 1970 Chevelle SS has been a Street machine that has been part of the American automotive culture for the last half-century or longer, as owners often added their personal touches to the legendary as-built performance designs released by the manufacturer. One of the most popular projects for this effort was the Chevrolet Chevelle, and the car here, a factory-built SS396 car from 1970, highlights some modern changes without losing touch with its OEM roots. It’s the beneficiary of a rotisserie restoration, and that process began with powder-coating the original frame. The Chevelle was a reworked model for 1970, and this was the only generation of this styling that features the quad-headlamp grille design.
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    For power here, the Turbo-Jet was left aside; this car is currently equipped with a modern 6.0L LS2 V-8 engine. With Chevrolet script valve covers, fabricated metal intake layout, and functional headers feeding a dual exhaust system, this engine is neatly tucked down into a customized red engine bay. The motor is backed by a manual transmission, and this Chevelle’s suspension changes include tubular control arms, a Wilwood brake system and RideTech suspension upgrades. The undercarriage is also painted red.
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    The exterior paint is in white with black Rally stripes, and the interior is customized with a diamond-stitch insert design on the seats and door panels. This includes front buckets separated with a custom console with billet-style shift arm, stereo upgrades that include speaker mountings in the kick panels, a restored dash and a custom three-spoke Budnik steering wheel. Heavy-duty seat belts complete these changes. The exterior still has the factory SS rear rubber insert, centered SS grille emblem, Cowl Induction hood trim and flap-door, and chrome exhaust tips. A set of larger-diameter wheels are done in black with chrome accents, and low-profile radial tires provide road contact. Cleanly done and engineered for enjoyment, this Chevelle is still what street machines are all about.
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