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Enter Facebook Contest, Win Special 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

by Ryan ZumMallen on

Everything is on Facebook these days, including your chance to win two tickets to the X Games Aspen in January and a brand new 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition.

Jeep is holding a sweepstakes on their personal Facebook page right now, offering the trip and the car as the grand prize. Aimed at the adventurous at heart, the contest asks fans to play an extreme-sports-themed word scramble to enter their hat into the ring.

The rules are simple: Like the Jeep page, click on their Avalanche Scramble app, register for the contest and play the game. It’s a quick little mind-twister, and you can go back once per day to enter multiple times until January 1. Three winners will be chosen to fly to the Aspen games, where each will be handed a key, and the one that starts the 2013 Wrangler Rubicon gets to take it home. Considering the extremely attractive grand prize, that’s not much to ask.

The 2013 Wrangler Rubicon uses the same 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine with 285 horsepower as the other Wrangler models, but with a few snazzy rock-crawling bits to spice up the package. A Tru-Lok electronic locking differential and front stabilizer are standard, while polished cast-aluminum 17-inch wheels complete an aggressive and menacing look. The Wrangler Rubicon puts rubber to road with the help of BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, for self-explanatory purposes.

The off-roading subculture is one of the most dedicated and passionate in all the auto world, as evidenced by the story we brought you last week about the Jeep online forum that rallied around a terminally ill member to raise funds for his daughter.

Take a minute to enter the contest, and remember who sent you if that Rubicon ends up in your driveway.

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