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Old 09-13-2017, 05:26 AM   #1
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Hello I am looking for contestants for a classic car rebuild TV pilot

Win a Classic Car- Contestants Needed For Rebuild TV Pilot

We are piloting a new competitive, classic car rebuild TV show called ‘Build It, Start It, Keep It’ for a major UK broadcaster, and we need contestants.

Have you and two mates got the basic mechanical skills to rebuild a car?

If you can build it and start it before the other team do, you will get to keep it!

For the pilot we are looking for contestants with a passion for classic cars such as Paddy Hopkirk Mini’s, MGB’s, Beetles etc.
Do you have a personal story as to why you want to win the car?
Do you want to win the car for a family member or friend?
Are you outgoing and up for a challenge?
Do you want to put your mechanical skills to the ultimate test by competitively rebuilding a car, head to head in one day?
Are you free October 28th & 29th?
If so I’d love to hear from you, please email me a bit about yourself, your potential team and why you’d like to win the car.

ed@eastentertainment.tv

Please feel free to share this with anyone you feel might be interested in the show.
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