WCSX-FM, a Detroit area classic rock station, is raffling off a 1965 Le Mans convertible — cloned into a Pontiac GTO. The vehicle has been refitted with a 609-horsepower engine, HD radio system, and custom paint, chassis, body and interior work. In its third year, WCSX's "Stone Soup" charity raffle benefits the Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan, and takes cash, donated parts, and in-kind labor from individuals and car shops in the area to turn a burned-out chunk of a car into a beautifully-restored classic. In a new development for 2005, General Motors called up the radio station and offered a 2005 Pontiac GTO to place in the garage next to the winner's '65 model. The station is still selling raffle tickets, so you've still got a chance to win TWO gorgeous vehicles.
Detroit area radio station to raffle restored car for charity
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