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Big League Impact is a foundation set up by Major League Baseball players that contributes to many humanitarian causes, including the just-announced Home Plate Project, which plans to provide more than four million meals to students whose free lunches were affected by COVID-19 school closures.
If you want to support those efforts this– and potentially win an exquisite and environmentally friendly vintage off-roader — enter this giveaway for an electric Gateway Bronco.
Gateway Bronco is one of the biggest names in luxury off-roader resto-mods, with an official license from Ford to produce classic Broncos. This Gateway Bronco will be one of two powered by an all-electric powertrain, with a Tesla battery and an Electric GT motor.
Ditching the old Bronco V8 to go electric offers even better performance. The powertrain produces 400 horsepower and delivers a range of about 200 miles. The Gateway Bronco will accelerate from 0-60 mph in less than six seconds. The best part is you don’t have to give up the stick shift — Electric GT’s motor pairs with a 5-speed manual transmission.
This Gateway Bronco also comes with a lovely chestnut leather interior and a classic Brittany Blue paint job, which doesn’t look like it’ll be a color option on the new Bronco. You get modern amenities like an Alpine stereo, LED lighting, air conditioning, and a rear backup camera.
Gateway’s MSRP for this custom Bronco build is $301,548. All taxes and shipping costs are taken care of, and it comes with a three-year bumper-to-bumper warranty. If this stunning Bronco itself isn’t enough, if you win it, you also get $20,000 cash, which you could then theoretically donate back to Big League Impact if so inclined.
If you’re more of a classic sports car person than a vintage Bronco person, you could also enter to win this Tesla-powered Porsche 911 and help out Petersen Automotive Museum.
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