OCW Ultimate Garage Giveaway Winner Announced

IOLA, Wis.OldCarsWeekly.com made Gene Hudson a very happy man this week with the announcement that the Toledo, Ohio, resident had been selected as the 2007 Ultimate Garage Giveaway winner.

Mr. Hudson, who happens to be the proud owner of a ’33 Ford street rod, will receive a prize package worth nearly $12,500 including nearly everything he will need to complete his next classic car project: a classic gas station display package, body lift, welder, parts and materials, vintage shop coats, neon wall signs, and much more.

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Gene Hudson, this year’s Old Cars Weekly Ultimate Garage Giveaway winner.

A longtime subscriber to Old Cars Weekly Magazine, Mr. Hudson said that he has been interested in classic cars for many years and will definitely be able to put the prizes to good use.

For the second year in a row, one lucky Old Cars Weekly Magazine fan has driven away with everything needed for creating an Ultimate Garage, including prizes from Wick Buildings, Pit Pal Products, Meguiar’s Wax Products, Miller Electric Mfg., Olympia Resort, Vintage Shop Coats, Gino’s Malt Shop, Dwautoart.com, Mid America Morotworks, Rustbeeter, Bardahl, VanDerBrink Auction, Dennison Building and Supply, Waldron’s Antique Exhaust, Master Power Brakes, Nordstrom’s Auto, Classic Auto Services, Volo Auto Museum, MDM Products, Federal Process Corp., Gold Eagle, Pole Roll, and Antique Power.

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Mr. Hudson’s ’33 Ford street rod.

If you didn’t win the Ultimate Garage Giveaway, don’t be disheartened. Now that we have given away everything you need to fill a garage, we are preparing to give you the garage to fill. Coming in September, check www.oldcarsweekly.com for a chance to win a garage from Excel Metal Building Systems Inc.

You could be our next winner! Watch the www.OldCarsWeekly.com Web site for your next chance to win.

Old Cars Weekly Magazine and OldCarsWeekly.com have been leading the collector car hobby for more than 35 years — and holding firm to their mission of advancing the hobby, the weekly magazine and its companion Web site are preparing to give away a prize package that is specifically designed to help one lucky car enthusiast restore a classic cruiser of their very own.

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