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eBay Motors Launches Annual People’s Picks Competition!

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Yes, it’s that time again—time for the 2012 edition of eBay Motors’ People’s Picks! Starting today, September 10th, the eBay Motors community will begin choosing their favorites from a number of categories: Muscle Cars, Trucks, New Cars, Imports, Classic Cars, Race Cars, Hybrids, Off-Road, and Modifications. Each category will have ten vehicle or parts related questions for you to reply to, and the more votes you cast, the better your chances are of winning a prize in the People’s Picks Sweepstakes.

We didn’t mention the Sweepstakes yet? Oh, sorry: all of you out there who vote in People’s Picks can enter, and lucky winners can win $10,000, a trip to the SEMA show in Las Vegas (Vegas, baby!), weekly cash and prize drawing through the end of voting on October 15th. Last year’s People’s Picks saw 3.4 million votes cast though, so make sure to vote early and often for a better chance to win.

Beyond cool prizes, People’s Picks is a great showdown to see which brands have the bragging rights when all is said and done. With live voting results available for each question, you can bet the die-hards are going to come out in force for their favorites. To spice things up a bit this year, we’ve added ten “Title Match” questions, setting up brand showdowns. Those who are victorious will be presented with an award at SEMA, as well as a day’s free advertising on eBay Motors.

Last year, the Ford Mustang, Pirelli performance tires, and Jeep took wins in their respective categories. Is there someone we haven’t listed who you think deserves the honor? We want to hear from you: make your voice heard by chiming in with our comments below to enter your own write-in candidates! Make sure to vote through the People’s Picks site or through the eBay Motors Mobile App from September 10th through October 15th. May the best brands win, and maybe we’ll see you at SEMA!

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