Win Our ’49 Chevy from Havoline! Today is the LAST Day to Enter!

If you’re up to date on this season’s Fast N’ Loud, you recently watched the guys work day and night to finish a badass ’49 Chevy in time to take it to Lone Star Throwdown. At the end of the 2-part episode, the person who bought the Truck bought it on behalf of Havoline. Havoline is giving the truck away and today is the last day to enter for a chance to win it! Not only will the winner get to call this beauty theirs, but they’ll also win a trip to Vegas to accept the truck at AAPEX. It’s a win win! Enter HERE.

WIN YOU SOME OF THIS!
WIN YOU SOME OF THIS!

*Note: This contest is hosted by and paid for by Havoline USA and Havoline Canada, so the contest is only open to US and Canada residents.

40 COMMENTS

  1. Ok I watch this show all the time didn’t this truck just sell for $145,000 on the show the other day but if not I’m kinda uo set as I missed out on entering by 19min 😕

  2. dame!!! suck we cant buy from here. Your show are awesome. You guys are just awesome and hardcase. I would love to own a car that you guys build. My dream car would be a 1971 Ford XL and a 1969 Camaro….
    Me and my family cant wait for your next episode. Luv you guys and god bless.

    Ben….

  3. Hello

    I found out about the show thru my dad that lives in Brazil and he loves the show. I recently moved to Texas, so now my dad is super excited that I’m close to the store.

  4. I watched the esposide when they built this and the time it took I been working on my truck for years and ain’t even close Awsome I need to get me some of that

  5. I watched the esposide when they built this and the time it took I been working on my truck for years and ain’t even close Awsome I need to get me some of that.

  6. Ayer vi el programa donde restauraban este fierro. ¡¡Que buen laburo que hicieron!! ¡Me encantó como cuidaron los interiores! ¡Unos grandes la gente de Gas Monkey! Espero que termine con un piloto digno de semejante belleza.

  7. I would Love to Win This for My Husband he just turned 50Ty this pass April and he always watching classic car show’s I really don’t know if you come to Englewood ‘Oh but think about it lol Thanks for your time Candace 😀🤘🏼

  8. I would love to win this for my father, he has served 32 years in the military and has given me and this country a lot… i want to give him something back.

  9. Old cars are better than the new cars for several reasons. Plus the new cars just don’t have the style that sets one make of cars apart from another. The new cars all look pretty much the same. I is nice to see a show were classic cars are fixed up and put back on the road. I do most of my own car repairs and found the old cars are a lot easier to work on ( no computerized stuff in them). I like the show and have a few ideas for projects cars and trucks you can do on the show. Email me for more info. I am a inventor too. I have designs for new products for use by the pro in the shop and the average person at home. Plus I do my own design and fabrication of parts for my own projects ; and do my own construction work too.

  10. Ride he Amtrak from S. Louis to Kansas City or the other way. Sit on the north side of the train and look at the fields after Jefferson city/ you will find a Pantera, Mustang and what looks like a Mustang out in the field near the track line.

    Mike

  11. Richard I see you and Arron needed a break but you will always be friends.Its not personal,it’s hard work opinions differ ,you look back how many good years do you have left ,he races he needs to let his hair down.wish you both great success your good dudes.

  12. I’ve been driving Chevy since my first 57 Chevy in 1966. It had a 327 with cam and solids. A 411 posie rear and a Hurst stick and more. Wish I still had it just like you will wish you had Arron. But you never forget and we will never for get all the great cars. Thanks!

  13. older people like me do NOT know how to upload a damn thing, but we have great cars you might be interested in. I have a 1991 rally sport (Iroc body), I am female so not sure but I think it is the exact car nascar raced in the 80s) Husband says it runs; however fuel injectors are bad, has all its original spoilers, front one slightly cracked, has all its windows/windshields, one seat is missing, the interior needs to be re-done, the body is in great shape other than above, has never been wrecked, has 4 brand new tires, front end has been re-built. Someone would LOVE this car as much as I did and do not want husband to sell it for scrap, too special. If interested 205-217-2578 in Alabama. Thanks for your time, husband loves your show!

  14. Can’t get enough of your show,especially since chose to build challenger to run the Oklahoma boys. I have a all black R/T shaker 2015 myself. Best car I’ve ever owned. I wish would have got the scat pack or hellcat now. Little late and beyond my budget with my sweet wife and all. 😳. Then I saw that scat pack go to the crusher,tears to my eyes there. challenger fest 2017 in Bowling Green,KY. April 21 and 22 for all mopar lovers. You guys should come. Lots of drags,cars,and everything that goes with it! P.S. You guys want to beef my ride up and put the GMG logo in my back window and in Ohio? 😎 Maybe dodge is sending one to crusher again,my wife would flip!! I’m 54 and my wife’s 37 . That’s about only time she gets out is to enjoy cruising all over in our challenger….would be sweet… She loves show as much as I do but don’t think she always checking out the rides..lol..Thx everyone at GMG for awesome work you all do!!

  15. Richard, me and my buddies all watch your show every day at our club house / car storage / hang out in Novato Ca. called the 51-50 Foundation. I actually store 4 of my 6 rides there, a 1937 Chevy pickup, a 1949 Chevy pickup, a 1965 Super Performance Cobra, and in the rainy season my 2008 Harley Road King. I’ve got about 180K in the rides, and although their not top show winners, their pretty damm nice! My 49 Chevy pickup was built for the owner of Race Deck Flooring by another famous hot rod shop by the gang at Bitchin Rides in Salt Lake City. It’s been on the show, and still can be seen in the TV ads for Race Deck. Anyway, as I said, we all enjoy your show, and were planning to take a road trip this summer to your neck of the woods for a couple of drinks at your bar/restaurant. Hope to see you there, I’m buying! Bob Ramos

  16. love your show and all the crazy things you do, but the cars u build i love almost every car,,,,,,,, i need to see your show
    every day,,,,,,, but i am on a vakasjon from norway so the days are not the same

  17. Where are these people watching the show? I have been a fan for years and all i get is “street outlaws” re-runs.
    Is this all that is left of “Fast n’ Loud? If it is then i will hope for “Airplane Repos” as my show to watch. I hate to see that lying fat “Big butt Chief ” all the time. He did not build a race car as it came from Az. Jeff Lutz built the engine and Chief moved to Quarters and he just thought of that and someone else had to do it. Then Chief runs Lutz out of town “BORING”! Are you coming back on TV or do we have to watch a fat half breed?

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