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Congrat's to all that submitted entries.   This was the best contest I've been part of here.  

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Many thanks to everyone that voted for our "BlueAngel" Trans Am!!!  My wife and I are very grateful to everyone!

So does anyone know how much and when these calendars will be available?

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20 minutes ago, Flbandit98 said:

So does anyone know how much and when these calendars will be available?

Waiting to hear from the people mentioned in the first post for better pictures and then it will be available. It should be around $19

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Thanks to those who voted for my TA!  I see that you are looking for better pictures form some folks.  What picture specs are you looking for?

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49 minutes ago, Whitebandit said:

Thanks to those who voted for my TA!  I see that you are looking for better pictures form some folks.  What picture specs are you looking for?

If you have the source from your camera that would be great. If not, if you can provide the largest that you have we'll work with that. Ideally 1500px width @200dpi 

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Congrats to all of the winners of the 2016 Calendar Contest.:agreed:

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Everyone who has not gotten me their larger picture has till December 5th to do it, otherwise we are moving forward.

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BUMP! has everyone submitted their large pics? time is running out.

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who is missin larger pics?

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Thanks for the votes. I know it was a tough choice to pick one from each group.

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You can now Purchase the 2016 Calendar at:

 

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