• Jul 3, 2008

Spend a couple of minutes surfing the net and you'll find all sorts of contests giving away all sorts of prizes. The best of them – ahem, like the Autoblog Relaunch Celebration Sweepstakes we ran a year back – give away a new car. But how about an old car? We mean, like a classic... a classic among classics, even, like the 1957 Ford Thunderbird.

That's exactly what Blaster chemicals – makers of a variety of lubricants and rust inhibitors – is giving away to mark its 50th anniversary. Residents of the lower 48 can enter the sweepstakes online until the end of July. The grand prize consists of the T-Bird and a trip for two to Cleveland – home of Rock & Roll and our own John Neff – to pick it up at the awards ceremony. They're also giving away five classic pedal cars, five leather jackets and Blaster-branded apparel. Follow the jump to enter.

[Source: Blaster Corporation via All Cars, All the Time]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      Grease me up, Scotty!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I love the stuff that is like the WD40 equivalent. Sure makes things easier. I would love to win this for my dad.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Oh, man, how I wanted one of these when I was a teenager. I begged, I pleaded - to no avail. But...
      better late than never.
      • 6 Years Ago
      '57 Thunderbird > Dodge Nitro.

      :)
      • 6 Years Ago
      I want to win this. I use B'laster products nearly everyday.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Love these cars... though at 6'1" I barely fit behind the wheel. (I literally had to squeeze my legs under the wheel.)

      The '57 is not my fav though... it's lines are very messy compared to the '55.
      • 6 Years Ago
      We are an old and new car loving family...this would fit perfect with our collection of fun cars.
      • 6 Years Ago
      This companies WD40 equivalent is da bomb! Really destroys the rust and it's non-flammable. I used to work in a college maintenance department and saw an HVAC guy chose the wrong one when trying to remove a pulley from an electric motor. Then he hit it with the torch! WD40 would make a great starting fluid.