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Day Photography
Jan 1, 2008

If you're anything like us, January is that special time of year when you break all sorts of promises you made to yourself. Let's be honest: you'll never go to the gym, you'll continue to smoke and you'll still pay your 30-year-old uncle (who still lives at home) to run to the store to buy you some porn. Yeah, you may be old enough to buy nudie mags yourself, but walking somewhere to buy and carry out a copy of Big Uns almost passes off as exercise, and as we discussed in the second sentence of this paragraph, you won't be doing any exercising this year.

But there is one New Year's resolution you can keep: You can get a picture of your car in Super Street. All you have to do is take a large, clear and in-focus photo of your car, attach a spec sheet and send everything to readersrides@superstreet.com. Did you disconnect your computer so that you could adhere to last year's resolution to break your internet porn addiction? If so, snail mail the goods to: Super Street, Attn: Readers' Rides, 6420 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048. If you haven't figured it out by now, our favorite car of the month wins a prize.

This month's winner John Perez of Melbourne, FL wins a set of Snetterton wheels from TSW (www.tsw.com).

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