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Truck Trend's 2007 Reader's Rides Spectacular

  
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Truck Trend's 2007 Reader's Rides Spectacular

 
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Posted: 08/29/06
08:40 AM

Truck Trend's 2007 Reader's Rides Spectacular
Let's see your pride and joy

It's that time again. Tell us all about your pickup, SUV, or one-of-a-kind monster. We want to know why you drive what you drive, how you use it, and what you've done to make it the best *** vehicle you've ever owned. And if that's not exactly the truth, feel free to complain. Fill out the form at right (copies are fine) as completely as possible and mail it to us by Friday, September 22, 2006, to be postmarked by 12 p.m. (Or if you prefer, you can email us according to the information below.)

And don't forget to send a photo!

Some advice: No Polaroids. Make sure the photo is in focus. There's no need to send in pictures of your wife or girlfriend (clothed or unclothed). Make sure the whole truck is in the photo. No black-and-white photos. And there's no need to send any cash along with the forms (the best photos and forms will determine which trucks we select).

Mail form to: Truck Trend
Readers' Rides 2007 Spectacular,
6420 Wilshire Blvd., 7th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Or, if you prefer, you can e-mail your digital pictures to trucktrend@gmail.com

Digi-pix should be at least 1400 pixels by 1050 pixels with a resolution of 300 pixels per inch cropped so the vehicle is clearly visible. Along with your images, please include the following information in your email: Name, address, phone number, vehicle make and model, vehicle year and engine, as well as transmission and suspension. Also, please tell us about any modifications you have performed, as well as how you use your vehicle.

Please note: Due to the quantities of images we expect to receive, all photos become the property of Truck Trend magazine; we cannot return submissions, nor can we accept any responsibility for entries lost in the mail.  

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