The 1977 Firebird is an iconic muscle car, but it’s also a rare treasure. Recently, the keys to this one-of-a-kind classic were discovered in an old barn and are now up for grabs. If you’re interested in getting your hands on what could be the last remaining Firebird of its kind, here’s how to find out if you’re eligible to claim it.
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A nice treasure hunt is something that everyone enjoys. You should pay attention if you’re in or near Colorado, or if you’re planning a trip there soon. Especially if you’d want to buy a restored 1977 Firebird Trans Am with the hood-mounted screaming chicken. That’s because the keys to a black Pontiac are buried somewhere in Colorado, and if you locate them, the Pontiac is yours. For no cost.
What is the purpose of this free 1977 Pontiac Trans Am contest?
Smokey and the Bandit | PublicityArchive/United Archives via Getty Images | BURT REYNOLDS, SALLY FIELD
This is a commercial treasure hunt put on by your Coors Brewing pals. Colorado is best recognized for inventing the cheeseburger, but it’s also home to a world-famous brewer. However, you must act quickly and begin searching.
You may register to participate in the hunt if you are 21 years old or older and have a valid driver’s license. You will get an email after you have registered. You’ll be asked a question regarding Coors’ history, and you’ll have to respond. If you get it correctly, you’ll get a QR code containing the first hint.
You’ll find the keys to the 1977 Firebird if you follow the hints.
During the press preview, a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am used in the film “Smokey and the Bandit” was on exhibit | Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagic via Getty
There are five hints in your quest. Once you’ve collected all of them, they’ll take you to the set of keys, and you’ll be the winner of the Trans Am. Coors will not only bring the Firebird to your home, but will also provide you with a year’s worth of Coors Banquet. Please don’t drink alcohol and drive the Trans Am at the same time.
There’s another reward even if you don’t win the Trans Am.
Ethan Miller/Getty Images Burt Reynolds’ 1977 Pontiac Trans Am from the film “Smokey and the Bandit”
So, let’s suppose you missed the deadline or are unable to go to Colorado. You’re in luck again. Particularly if you like Coors beer. This is due to the fact that they are giving away a year’s supply of free Coors beer. Simply go to their Instagram profile and respond to the trivia questions that have been placed there.
But what if you’re a beer connoisseur? Look, it’s a year’s supply of free beer. Even wine aficionados might enjoy a couple Coors beers before, during, or after dinner. Right? Just don’t drink it if you’re going to drive or intend to drive. Best of luck!
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