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Ten Ford Mustang GTs Taking Off With Lotto

Media Release 29 October 2006

Ten Ford Mustang GTs Taking Off With Lotto This November

Lotto will continue to make dreams come true this November when 10 lucky Lotto Triple Dip players each win a legendary Ford Mustang GT Deluxe, says NZ Lotteries Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.

"The stylish car is a rare sight on New Zealand roads as there are only a handful of them in the country," says Mr McLeay. "Our 10 winners will spend the summer cruising around in pure luxury and style."

Anyone who purchases a Triple Dip between 29 October and 7pm 11 November 2006 is in with a chance to win one of these dream cars, worth an estimated $99,000*.

The legendary Mustang has been turning heads for over 40 years, inspiring fan clubs all over the world and making appearances in more than 600 motion pictures.

The Ford Mustang GT Deluxe features:
4.6Ltr 24vlv V8 Engine
5-speed Automatic Transmission
17" Alloy Wheels & Tyres
Anti-lock Brakes with Traction Control
Shaker 500 Audio System AM/FM Stereo, 6-disc CD, 8-speakers, MP3
6-Way Power Adjustable Drivers seat with Power Lumbar
Leather Seating Surfaces Sport Buckets
Stainless Steel Dual Exhaust
P235/55ZR17 Performance Tyres

"Winning a Ford Mustang GT would certainly be a dream come true for many New Zealanders and we just can't wait to hand over the keys to our 10 lucky winners," says Mr McLeay.

The winners will be drawn on Saturday 11 November 2006. Results of the draw will be announced on the 9pm Lotto results broadcast and will be available from NZ Lotteries retail outlets or


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