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Old 04-21-2008, 05:03 PM   #1
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just wondering if anyone knows how to get my car in that magazine

would like to know what they look for so i can gear my car to getting in there.. oh man getting my car on there would make this damn deployment worth it.

most deployment and reenlistment money went into my car.. i know.. dumbass right?? i think not cuz its paid off and all mine.. muahahahaha
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the "street heat" section is fairly easy to get into, just email hi-res shots and a description of your car to their dept.'s email addy in the mag. A full article may take some doing, but they seem to give extra attention to military members, especailly of late, so you never know. I don't like to play that card, though, but then again, I've been trying to get into the mag with a full writeup/article for about 2 yrs now, unsuccessfully, even with correspondance from S. Parker and some of the other staff.
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evilways, thanks for the advice. im wanting to push her into the 10s and hopefully 9s one day while being a sleeper.. or 800HP which ever comes first lol.. i wont be picky lol
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