Win a Ford F-150 SVT in 'Capture the Raptor' Sweepstakes

Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) and are giving their fans and customers a chance to put a brand new 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in their driveway by showing off their parts knowledge in the 2011 “Capture the Raptor” sweepstakes. We think this is a great idea, as there’s no better way to bring attention to your company and product than offering a lucky soul the chance to own a brand new truck.

After registering at, entrants will have the chance each day to guess the Ford or Motorcraft part hidden behind a Raptor photo to earn entries into the drawing for the grand prize, along with weekly prize drawings until November 20th.

Contestants get one entry per drawing per day just for entering a guess and two entries per drawing per day if they guess correctly, so even if you don’t ace the question, you still get a chance to own that Raptor. Each day, a new hint is provided and part of the image behind the Raptor is revealed.

Each week brings a new hidden part, a new set of hints and a chance at a new weekly prize, so there’s 16 parts in total to take a guess on.

A contestant can also receive additional entries when placing an order with

“After nearly 250,000 parts sold and over three million unique site visits, wanted to celebrate it’s one-year anniversary by rewarding its customer base, which consists not only of professional repair shops and installers, body shops and commercial fleets, but the do-it-yourselfer, with a chance to win the high-performance 2012 F-150 SVT Raptor.” said Fiona Gronowicz, Aftermarket Communications Manager, Ford Customer Service Division. “We’ve been extremely pleased by the reception has gotten and we’re looking forward to seeing the sales numbers continue to grow.”
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