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National $100 Gas Card Winner

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Thanks to everyone who entered for a chance to win a $100 gift card sponsored by National Car Rental.

The randomly chosen winner is…Ike who would use the free day to rent a Mustang in San Fransisco.

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Good point, PCH is pretty lovely especially north of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Ike–Congratulations on winning the $100 gas card! 🙂

Thanks for the opportunity to win! Sent you a message. Thanks!

I hate to be a party pooper, but Ike may want to use caution when living out his cinematic fantasies. Driving up and down a 20-30% grades at 50 miles per hour is a lot harder and more dangerous than it sounds, especially given that there are stop signs at pretty much every intersection. Also, the speed limit on Lombard Street is 5 mph.

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@zzd – Perhaps not Lombard Street, but a Mustang would be nice to take on a spin down the Pacific Highway!