MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle: Exclusive Roadkill Raunchero T-Shirt and More!

We don’t care how funny the greeting card is, don’t buy dad another gift card to the home and garden center this Father’s Day. Your MotorFriends have you covered with an opportunity to get more than just one year of streaming everyone’s favorite automotive-themed content on MotorTrend+: people who purchase the Father’s Day Gift Bundle will also receive an exclusive Roadkill “Raunchero” T-shirt and brand-new Roadkill Garage “Bang-Shifting Cougar” sticker!!

CLICK HERE to purchase MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle for your dad (or anyone) today!

With thousands of hours of shows like Roadkill and Roadkill Garage, Bitchin’ Rides, Texas Metal, and the upcoming Season 2 of Top Gear America (the two-episode premiere is July 1, 2022), plus new shows like 4×4 Garage and Car Craft debuting all the time, the MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle is the gift that just won’t quit.

This bundle is only available June 1-30, 2022. You can subscribe to MotorTrend+ at any time throughout the year, but this is your only chance to get dad (or, ya know, treat yourself) the brand-new, exclusive Roadkill Raunchero T-shirt. Don’t forget to check out all the other great pieces of MotorTrend merch while you’re in the MotorTrend Store, like the “Vanishing Paint Challenger” limited-edition pin or a Dirt Every Day insulated coffee mug, just like the one Fred Williams uses.

What’s in the MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle?

  • A one-year subscription* to the MotorTrend+ streaming service
  • Exclusive Roadkill “Raunchero” T-shirt
  • Brand-new Roadkill Garage “Bang-Shifting Cougar” sticker
  • CLICK HERE to purchase the Father’s Day Gift Bundle

*The one-year subscription is for new subscribers only

The Roadkill 1968 Ford Ranchero, Known as Raunchero

The legend of the Raunchero started in 1967 with HOT ROD Magazine and a 1968 Ford Ranchero in the desert—the Baja California Peninsula, to be specific. In the first running of the Mexican 1000 (now known as the Baja 1000) on October 31, 1967, HOT ROD Magazine built a 1968 Ford Ranchero, raced it 1,000 miles, and won their class in what has become one of the pinnacles of off-road racing. Fast-forward a few decades to the second episode of the show that started it all—Roadkill—and David Freiburger finally gets to live his dream of building his own Ranchero HOT ROD Special.

But this is Roadkill, so the 302-swapped Ford he found for $1,300 was crusty and poorly running when Freiburger availed Mike Finnegan of the soon-to-be-christened Raunchero’s glory. The pair then decided a 450-hp Dart 363-ci V-8 with a GearStar C4 transmission was just what the car needed to drive from the HOT ROD Tech Center in El Segundo, California, 3,600 miles to Big Lake, Alaska, along the ALCAN Highway for some ice racing. 

Don’t miss your…dad’s…chance at the exclusive Roadkill Raunchero T-shirt available with the MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle, available through June 30, 2022!

In the truest form of Roadkill, the Raunchero failed spectacularly along the way, but the journey became a legend in the Roadkill Universe. In Season 2 of Roadkill, Finnegan and Freiburger set out again, and accomplished their goal of racing on ice in Alaska. The Raunchero has appeared in six episodes of Roadkill in total, and the best way to watch them is on MotorTrend+. Don’t miss your only chance to get the exclusive Roadkill Raunchero T-shirt when you buy the MotorTrend+ Father’s Day Gift Bundle.

Every Episode of Roadkill Featuring the Raunchero

  • Episode 2: Viva Ranchero! Alaska or Bust!
  • Episode 13: The Ranchero Returns! Alaska or Bust, the Sequel
  • Episode 14: The Ranchero Returns Part 2! Alaska or Bust, the Sequel
  • Episode 25: Project Car Shootout! Watch Every Roadkill Car Ever Battle it Out
  • Episode 32: 2015 Subaru Legacy Challenges the Roadkill Project Cars!
  • Episode 50: Roadkill 50th Episode Special! 10-Car Showdown


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