Welcome to Cheyenne Wheels for Charity
Who is Wheels for Charity?
Founded in Cheyenne, WY, in 2013, Wheels for Charity has raised more than $300,000 for local charities. Each year, Midas of Cheyenne partners with a team of equally charitable local businesses to customize and restore a vintage car. Once the build is complete, the vehicle is raffled off, and all proceeds from the raffle tickets are donated to local non-profit organizations.
Introducing “The Coupe”
This year’s ride is a completely custom 1942 Ford Business Coupe, named in honor of the legendary late rock DJ Steve “Coop” Cooper. This beauty is the result of more than 3,000 hours of restoration.
- 1942 ORIGINAL STEEL BODY FORD BUSINESS COUPE
- FORD 4.6L MODULAR OHC FUEL INJECTED V8 – 280HP
- FORD 4R70W ELECTRONIC OVERDRIVE TRANSMISSION
- CUSTOM CHASSIS BASED ON DODGE DAKOTA
- DODGE DAKOTA FRONT SUSPENSION AND DISC BRAKES
- 8“ FORD REAR AXLE WITH 4.10 GEARS
All proceeds benefit following local charities in Cheyenne, Wyoming:
Safehouse is a private, not-for-profit organization that provides services to victims or survivors of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, elder abuse, and human trafficking.
A Special Shout-Out to Our Awesome Sponsors
Northern Colorado Driveline
Cheyenne Auto and Metal
ALL DESIGN AND CUSTOM WORK BY THE AMAZING CREW AT MIDAS CHEYENNE.
(Bruce Mcallister, Chris Webster, Dan Przymus, Dominic Gleave, Trevor Gleave, Ronnie Ripley and Tyler Drew.)
INTERIOR BY MIDAS WITH CUSTOM EMBROIDERY BY DEBBIE PRZYMUS
PAINT AND BODY BY HALLADAY MOTORS
PAINT SUPPLIES DONATED BY NAPA
BASE CAR DONATED BY BRYCE BLANTON OF ‘TOM THE TIREMAN’