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The annual Art Car extravaganza is next weekend, and we're marking the event by giving away a pair of tickets to the Art Car Ball at The Orange Show. It promises to be a hell of a block party, including the delicious Street Food Smackdown and featuring performances by Los Skarnales, Beans Barton and the Bi Peds, and Come See My Dead Person.

But these tickets are prized, so we've got a few hoops for you to jump through before we part with them:

1. Become our friend on Facebook. You know what Facebook is, right? 2. Find the above picture on our wall. It shouldn't be hard to miss. 3. Show off your own creativity by naming the vehicle. Whoever gives us the cleverest/most hideous/most hilarious name wins.

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