Win a Custom 2011 Dodge Durango by Toyo Tires Featuring at SEMA 2011

SEMA 2011

After appearing at next month’s SEMA event, a custom Dodge Durango could be sat in your garage.

A customized 2011 Dodge Durango courtesy of Japanese tire giant Toyo Tires, who are bringing four of their creations to SEMA 201, could be yours. The model up for grabs is an all-wheel drive Heat Edition model finished in Mineral Grey sitting on Savini 22-inch forged-alloy wheels. It boasts a Magnaflow exhaust, Alpine entertainment system, custom black leather interior by Roadwire, and a black mesh grille adorned with a "UFC" logo in honor of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Feisty.

For a chance to win this special-edition Dodge, visit the Toyo Tires website and register accordingly. The winner will be announced in January and runners-up will win a new set of Toyo tires. Sweet.

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