FordParts.com and Ford Customer Service Division Launch Second-Annual ‘Trap the Raptor’ Sweepstakes – UnderhoodService

FordParts.com and Ford Customer Service Division Launch Second-Annual ‘Trap the Raptor’ Sweepstakes

Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) and FordParts.com are giving their fans and customers a chance to put a brand-new 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in their driveway by showing off their parts knowledge in the 2012 FordParts.com "Trap the Raptor" sweepstakes.

Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) and FordParts.com are giving their fans and customers a chance to put a brand-new 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in their driveway by showing off their parts knowledge in the 2012 FordParts.com “Trap the Raptor” sweepstakes.

After registering at FordParts.com/Raptor, entrants will have the chance each day to guess the Genuine Ford or Motorcraft part missing in an assembly diagram to earn entries into the drawing for the grand prize, along with weekly prize drawings until Nov. 18 in the 22-week sweepstakes.

Each day, FordParts.com provides a new hint to lead entrants toward correctly guessing the missing part. Each week brings a new hidden part, a new set of hints and another chance at the weekly prize.

Contestants get one entry per drawing per day just for entering a guess and an extra entry into the grand prize drawing for answering correctly each day. Contestants also can receive additional entries when placing an order with FordParts.com, the official source for Genuine Ford and Motorcraft parts, or via a mail-in entry.

In addition to one grand prize of a 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, weekly prize winners will be randomly selected from all qualified entries received to date for a Ford F-150 Raptor 1:24 die-cast collectable.

"The ‘Trap the Raptor’ sweepstakes is a great chance for us to give our customers and fans a chance to enjoy one of Ford Motor Co.’s most exciting products, the 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor," said Fiona Gronowicz, aftermarket communications manager, Ford Customer Service Division. "The missing part puzzles also give our customers the opportunity to learn more about the more than 22,000 illustrations that we provide on FordParts.com, as well as all the great products we offer."

For a complete list of eligibility requirements, the official rules and alternate entry methods, visit FordParts.com/raptor.

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