Burt Reynolds Saved This Last Pontiac Bandit Trans Am For You To Win

Sep 12, 2019 1 min read
Burt Reynolds Saved This Last Pontiac Bandit Trans Am For You To Win

Autographed by the late actor, this last Bandit Trans Am is officially verified and licensed by the Burt Reynolds Estate.

Burt Reynolds passed away on September 6, 2018 at the age of 82. He lives on, though, through the iconic movies that made him famous, none more so than Smokey and the Bandit. On the first anniversary of Reynolds' death, Dream Giveaway has announced its offering a chance to win this beautifully restored Bandit Trans Am autographed by the man himself.

Motor1.com readers receive 50% more entry tickets with a minimum $25 donation.

This is the real deal. The late actor autographed the car's shaker scoop. The vehicle is verified by Pontiac Historic Services. And the giveaway is officially licensed by the Burt Reynolds Estate. In addition to this amazing car, the top prize also includes $17,500 to pay for taxes and a free trip to Clearwater, Florida to pick up the car.

This Bandit Trans Am is one of 9,874 ever made. Its restoration was performed by Classic Pontiac Rescue with restoration parts provided by Ames Performance Engineering. The Trans Am features Pontiac's black-and-gold Special edition package, a t-top roof, and a numbers-matching engine. It's a perfect representation of the iconic movie car, and Reynolds' autograph makes it one of a kind.

Burt Reynolds' Last Pontiac Bandit Trans Am
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