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Posted in Contests by misterroadtripper on September 25, 2010

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To win this beautiful, profusely illustrated book by Lars Krutak (to see the entire review, click Book Reviews on the right) simply, log onto, click the buttons on the homepage, scroll through the various articles and columns and find the big fat sign that reads: “Antique Auto Restoration” with the phone number “393-9411.” When you find it, email me at and tell me where on the website it is. We will put the names of all the entrants (who have the correct answer) into a hat and have a random drawing two weeks from today (October 3rd). The lucky person wins this fabulous bo0k! (Courtesy Edition Reuss Publishers.)

At 424 pages and eight pounds, Lars Krutak’s Ancient and Modern Expressions of the Tribal—Kalinga Tattoo is yet another publishing triumph for Germany’s world-class publishing house Edition Reuss. Available from Amazon for $150, this extraordinary collection of Dr. Krutak’s unparalleled anthropological insights and mesmerizing photographs is, quite simply, a book that, if you do not own it, you are cheating yourself of infinite pleasure. The full-page, 9½- by 12½-inch photos of unparalleled tribal blackwork (page after page after page) are sequestered between beautifully embellished hard covers on thick, handsomely printed, glossy paper stock. Well worth the asking price.

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  1. Zep said, on September 25, 2010 at 7:28 pm

    Mmmm… Tough one…
    Any hints?

  2. Baxter said, on September 25, 2010 at 10:19 pm

    Check out the stories on the website. One of them has the answer, as plain as day.

  3. Zep said, on September 26, 2010 at 5:03 am

    Found it.
    I’m thinking about sending 13 lucky mails in a row…

  4. Zep said, on October 4, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    Who won?

  5. misterroadtripper said, on October 4, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    The winner is Miles Golightly from Brooklyn, New York. The phrase “Antique Auto Restoration” was on a photo of artwork on Uncle Tim Heitkotter’s Lettering 101 column at Artist Tip & Tricks on the website.

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