Submit pictures of your car to 'The Street' and if we pick yours as the ride of the month, we'll send you a boxful of Mothers car care products. Prizes shipped within continental United States only. No P.O. boxes. * Mail electronic submissions to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can send a CD or prints via snail mail to:Sport Compact CarAttn: Reader's Ride, 2400E. Katella Ave., 11th FloorAnaheim, CA 92806
This Month's Winner Is Bayardo ReyesHe'll receive enough Mothers car cleaning goodies to satisfy the most anal, white-glove-wearing, concourse-cruising, flock of show-car-weenies anywhere. Mothers' new FX Line of car care products is among the most sophisticated, state-of-the-art wheel cleaners and waxes available today.
Don't just sit there. If you want the honor of being chosen for Burnout of the Month, get off your ass and destroy some rubber. E-mail proof of the rubber-roasting destruction to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can mail a slide or print to SCC Burnouts, 2400 E. Katella Ave., 11th floor, Anaheim, CA 92806.
Burnout Of The Month - Owner: John Kyo - Location: Denver, Co - John says: "This is a 1992 Nissan 240SX, equipped with an AEM short ram air intake and a Pacesetter Monza cat-back exhaust." - We say: Not too shabby. Now add a turbo and really go for it.
2007 Mazda3 - Bayardo Reyes - Fort Knox, KY - Mods: Weapon-R Dragon short ram air intake, Mazdaspeed grounding kit, throttle body coolant bypass, Vibrant Performance SS Power cat-back, high-flow ceramic catalytic converter, MazdaSpeed sport shifter, Eibach Sportline springs, Eibach alignment kit, Vibrant Performance strut tower bar, 18x7.5-inch +45mm Konig HotSwap wheels, 215/40/18 Toyo Proxes 4 tires, Accolade eyelids, LED taillights, removed door moldings, JDM 'Axela' badge, red Corbeau A2 sport seats with custom Corbeau seat brackets and Corbeau belts.
Bayardo says: "It's a fun little car with great cornering response. I have competed in local Solo II autocrosses and I was very impressed with its performance. I get great joy out of running it on courses for the fun and thrill."