Lunati Cam Give Away Week One Winners Announced, Still One Week Left

Alright, we are officially half way through our Street Legal TV Lunati Great Cam Giveaway contest as we announce our first week winners. If you didn’t win this week, don’t worry because we will be accepting entries until May 3rd at 2 PM PST. All you need to do is go to Lunati’s Facebook Page and write why YOU deserve to win a Lunati cam, and what camshaft YOU want…plus don’t forget to post pictures of the project!

Lunati has upped their ante by ALSO giving away a set of lifters for anyone that calls into Lunati tech line at (662) 892-1500 to get their cam specs. That means if you win, a simple 10 minute phone call could mean the difference in also winning a FREE set of lifters!

This Week’s First Winner

I know what many of you are going to say, “He forgot his cam grind number.” While you’re right, this week’s first winner really deserves this cam not for himself, but for his students.

Most of us learned about cars from a friend, family member, or a shop class, and it’s no secret that the amount of high school-backed shop classes are on the decline. These are the future motorheads folks. With that being said, we would like to award our first cam to Oak Hills High School shop teacher Mike Stayton. Here’s his story’

I am Mike Stayton and I teach Automotive at Oak Hills High School in Hesperia Ca. I am writing this post on behalf of my students and myself. As you know there are not many high school automotive programs remaining. yep, we don’t get money for neet projects so we have to beg for help from good people like you. Last year I paid for a Lunati camshaft and the students installed it in my wifes car. Needless to say, they loved it. I would like to build a engine with my next years class and a Lunati cam would sure help. We will be building a 350 chevy engine and would like to install a roller cam and lifters. The engine will need to have a heavy lope. ( the kids love it ) I would let you decide the lift and duration to our project. We don’t care. The engine just needs to make the sound of a true muscle car. Turn some heads.

This Week’s Second Winner

Our second winner goes to ’66 Charger owner Terry Bass Jr. What we liked about Terry’s story is not the fact that it was a barn find that he’s restoring, or the fact that the original 361 ended up having a cracked block, but it’s the fact that Terry drags his beloved Charger around the country as he changes to different Army stations throughout his career. We all know how costly transporting a car can be, and it shows true dedication that Terry takes his car where he has to go. Here is his story:

I have a ’66 Charger, currently with a 361 BB. I have had this car since 2004 when I found it rotting in a barn on a farm in NW Oklahoma. The 361 I am currently running is the original engine, but unfortunately it is cracked externally. I have to replace it soon and can use all the help I can get building the 440 I have to put in it. This is the first Charger I have had for myself that I get to build. I joined the Army in 2009 and have brought the car to my first duty station with me.

Prior to enlisting in the Army I spent considerable amounts of time and money on the mechanics and upholstery of my car, with the exception of building a new engine. The time and funds for this project are now limited due to work, but I refuse to sell it. I will own this car forever so I want to build everything perfect on it. I grew up building these first generation Chargers with my father so there is a lot of sentimental value involved in mine.

Once I return from my upcoming deployment, the engine build is going to be my #1 priority. I have installed Lunati Bracket Master II cams in many, many Fords and Mopars that I have built in the past and would absolutley LOVE to have the VooDoo 60302 stick to install in my new 440. I love the choppy, old style idle these cams have and I think it would really make this Charger get the respect it deserves. I have all the confidence in the world in Lunati products!!!! They have never failed me and I doubt they ever will.

Terry’s Cam – PN 60302

Hydraulic. Mid-level performance street cam with excellent drivability. Works well with stock type exhaust manifolds and dual plane intake with mild 4 bbl carb. This is an Awesome 4×4 and performance marine cam where dry exhaust is used. Improved valve springs and roller rockers recommended.

  • Advertised Duration (Int/Exh): 262/268
  • Duration @ .050 (Int/Exh): 220/226
  • Gross Valve Lift (Int/Exh): .475/.494
  • LSA/ICL: 112/108
  • Valve Lash (Int/Exh): Hyd/Hyd
  • RPM Range: 1400-5800

More on the contest

To find out what camshaft you want, you can can call Lunati at (662) 892-1500, you can send them an e-mail via their contact form here, or you can search through their online catalog, but if you call in to get your cam specs, you could also win a FREE set of lifters! You just gotta remember to include a part number or grind number to tell Lunati what you want or your entry won’t be accepted. To get a refresher on the rules, click here.

Oh yeah, make sure to get your friends to LIKE your entry. The more likes your entry has, the stronger it will be considered.

Submissions for this final week’s giveaway ends Thursday May 3rd at 2pm PST!. We will evaluate your story, how many other people like your entry, and then will pick a winner. Street Legal TV will pick the submission that not only tells the best reason why they deserve to win but which post has also has the most “Likes.” So if you want to increase your chances of winning each week, get your friends and family to “Like” your post by joining our Facebook page and have them show your support!

About the author

Mark Gearhart

In 1995 Mark started photographing drag races at his once local track, Bradenton Motorsports Park. He became hooked and shot virtually every series at the track until 2007 until he moved to California and began working as a writer for Power Automedia. He was the founding editor for its first online magazines, and transitioned into the role of editorial director role in 2014. Retiring from the company in 2016, Mark continues to expand his career as a car builder, automotive enthusiast, and freelance journalist to provide featured content and technical expertise.
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