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Week 9 Winner

Bret May's "Stang"

The car is unrestored and has between 77,000 and 78,000 original miles with a Sprint 200-- 6 cylinder with original paint and interior. Doesn't look bad for a 50 year old car.

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Week 8 Winner

William Perakis's "Slick Willie"

I mean she really is a bad looking car, if I do say so myself. With a Muncie 4 speed, an Offy Tri Power with three rochester carbs, Currie 9" and 4 wheel disc brakes (Wagner Pads, BTW) lol

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Week 7 Winner

Jim Iwanchuk's "Jim's 32"

Jim has never bought a new car but he built himself a new one, even though it is 84 years old. We do not think he will be hauling any garbage to the dump with this truck.

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Week 6 Winner

Frank Loicano's "BIG BROWN"

Big Brown serves as my office on the road, my man cave on the ride home from work and family transport when we are all together. Heated & Air Conditioned leather seats fit for a King. My KING RANCH.

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Week 5 Winner

Dan Kozikowski III's "Red Rocket"

My Nova should be King of The Road because there aren't many like it still around. There are many Chevy II's around, but it's hard to find a true SS even with some performance enhancements like mine.

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Week 4 Winner

Alan Nappi's "Al's 442"

This car is fit for a King. A/C P/S P/B P/W AM/FM power antenna and even a rear defroster. Much more then just a muscle car.

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Week 3 Winner

Mike Cutro's "Stingray"

Since 1953, the Corvette has been America's only true sports car. It symbolizes the American dream. With dedication to work and family, you too can achieve your dream of owning this American icon!

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Week 2 Winner

James Laurita's "SCRAMJET"

I think this car is the physical expression of cool. A matching numbers car, a very rare A code black Cobrajet with the shaker hood, A/C, P/S & P/B. Style and the power of 580 horses. Thanks Champion!

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Week 1 Winner

Eddie Campbell's "My Baby"

I have owned my truck for 36 yrs and she has always been a driver. Original 402 BB w/ air. ps, pb and buckets. Not a garage/trailer queen. People know me by my truck. I love my truck.

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How It Works

Step 1
Share your story

Every car has a story and now it’s time to share yours. Entering is simple. Share pics of your ride and tell us what makes your car story unique.

Step 2

For 10 weeks, your ride will be matched up head-to-head against other entries. Share your entry with friends and family to earn as many votes as possible for your chance to move on to the Grand Prize Round.

Step 3

At the end of each week, one entry will be crowned the $500 weekly winner and be automatically moved to the Grand Prize round. The remaining entries will move on to the next week and continue to battle until all 10 weekly winners are chosen.


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Contest Timeline

June 20th

Submission Period Opens

Gather photos, tell your story and create an entry starting June 20 at 9:00 a.m. ET.

June 27th

Weekly Winner Voting Begins (10 weeks)

Weekly winners are announced on or about each Monday afternoon.

Aug. 28th

Entry Period Ends

Submit your ride by 11:59 p.m. ET for a chance to be Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ King of the Road for 2016.

Sep. 4th

Weekly Match-Up Voting Ends

Voting for the $500 weekly prize winners ends at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Sep. 12th

Grand Prize Voting Begins

The ten weekly winners square off for the $5,000 Grand Prize at 9:00 a.m. ET.

Sep. 25th

Grand Prize Voting Ends

Voting for the 2016 King of the Road contest ends at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Sep. 30th

Grand Prize Winner Announced

Federal-Mogul Motorparts will announce the $5,000 Grand Prize Winner.