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I wasn't sure where to post this but I was hoping that you could get the word out on this site and maybe give this a sticky or make it an anouncement! We only have one week left to sell tickets so please help out if you can! Thanks.

The Salem High School Machine Trades Program is raffling off Project Shop Krawler. The TJ based competition rig was built buy high school students as part of an ambitious project to curb drop out rate, get students interested and raise money to purchase a CNC Milling Machine for the shop.
Raffle Tickets are $20 each or six for $100 and can be purchased online at Home Page or by mailing a check or money order payable to Salem High School to:

Salem High School Machine Trades Program,
Attn Matt Peters
1200 East Sixth Street
Salem, OH 44460

We are only selling a total of 3000 tickets for this rig. Once 3000 are sold we will sell no more. Unfortunately ticket sales have been slow and we still have about 60% of the tickets left and only one week left to sell them as the dead line for ticket sales is December 1st. WE NEED YOUR HELP! This could be the best Christmas present you ever get for yourself. The rig was featured in Crawl Magazine and has competed for two years in Uroc and WeRock. Even if you are not interested competing or having a dedicated trail rig keep in mind that the majority of the components in this rig would be a bolt in swap into a TJ Wrangler. Help keep this program alive and get people interested in four wheeling! To visit the site click on the picture below.

 

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just saw that on 4x4wire too...no title, no registration on it...:rolleyes:
That is why it is a competition rig. :goodjob: Keep in mind that the axles, suspension, the Atlas transfercase and many other parts would be bolt in swaps onto a TJ. :thumb:

Thanks for the purchase Sandman.
 

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That is why it is a competition rig. :goodjob: Keep in mind that the axles, suspension, the Atlas transfercase and many other parts would be bolt in swaps onto a TJ. :thumb:

Thanks for the purchase Sandman.
Yep, bet those High Schoolers would love to hear that :rotfl:
I was thinking parts too when I seen it. Shame on us !
 

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I bought one a while ago.
 

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Yep, bet those High Schoolers would love to hear that :rotfl:
I was thinking parts too when I seen it. Shame on us !
Yeah. I know. I would like to see it stay together since I have a lot of time and effort in the whole project along with the kids and the teacher. But on the flip side of that coin I know that lots of people couldn't have a rig that needs trailered and may not live in a state where getting it titled and on the street would be feasible(it definitely is in Ohio however). So as a result if it means more ticket sales I don't care if it gets parted out, left as is or even crushed so long as we get closer to the goal of buying that CNC mill for the shop. :thumb:
 

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There are only a couple of days left to buy tickets. We still have plenty left if you can help out. Ticket sales end at Noon EST on Saturday December 1st. The drawing will follow later that day if all goes as planned.
 

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I just wanted to let everyone know that on Saturday we drew the winning ticket for the School Jeep. The ticket number was 1418 and the winner was Michael Obrien from Roseville, California. We have been in contact with Michael and he is very excited about bringing the School Jeep to new territory and wheeling it on the West Coast. On behalf of the Salem City Schools Machine Trades program Shopteach and I would like to thank everyone for their contribution to our cause. Thanks again and have a great holiday season!
 

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I believe they were for 10 dollars and they were good at 4wd Hardware. You can visit 4wd.com for more information. They are a Jeep only site but they sell off road recovery items that could be used by everyone. :thumb:
 
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