LKQ Announces Winners of 2010 Calendar Competition - BodyShop Business

LKQ Announces Winners of 2010 Calendar Competition

LKQ has chosen the 13 winners of its 2010 Calendar Competition from the nearly 300 entries, which included photos ranging from hot rods and sports cars to trucks and classic vehicles.

LKQ Vice President Laurie Garcia said, “There were so many excellent photos to choose from this year, which made it a very difficult decision. We are confident that our customers will agree that each of the vehicles featured in the 2010 calendar truly represents the best of the best. Congratulations to all the winners.”

The 2010 LKQ Calendar will be unveiled during NACE next week. NACE attendees who stop by the LKQ exhibit will receive a free copy of the calendar.

2010 Calendar Competition Winners include:

• 1936 Chevy ½ Ton Truck, Tim Schmit, Anoka, Minn.

• 1931 Ford Model A Custom Street Rod, Edward Brinker Sr., Easton, Pa.

• 1939 Chevrolet Pick-up, Tom King, Bradenton, Fla.

• 1940 Ford Coupe, Charles Flood, Eolia, Mo.

• 1959 Corvette, Marc Osmun, Fulton, New York

• 1960 Rambler, Larry Morris, Westview, Ky.

• 1956 Thunderbird, Jeri Moore, Guymon, Okla.

• 1972 Oldsmobile Convertible, Troy Toffolo, Manlius, New York

• 1947 Ford F150, Dave Cray, Mercerville, New Jersey

• 1938 Cadillac LaSalle, Robert & Sylvia DeYoung, Calumet City, Ill.

• 1938 Chevy 2-Door Sedan, Ben & Roxann Neu, Cold Spring, Minn.

• 1967 Chevy Camaro, Ron Reid, Hagerstown, Md.

• 1932 Ford Truck, Larry McCawley, Knox, Pa.

More information:


• Visit LKQ at NACE Booth N3393

• Contest ends Oct. 31: LKQ’s ‘DriveAway Sweepstakes’ Offers Weekend at Richard Petty Driving School

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