Last Chance to Play in the GTA Online Special Vehicle Work Event

This week, Rockstar is offering players a range of bonuses and discounts on GTA Online’s special vehicles; cars like the Rocket Voltic or Blazer Aqua. The GTA Online Special Vehicle Week event is currently live. However, players still have a few days to take part before it comes to an end.

The GTA Online Special Vehicle Work Event

“Who doesn’t want to whip around the city in heavily modified vehicles like the destructive Phantom Wedge or the hypersonic Rocket Voltic,” writes Rockstar; “Indulge your base instincts and make a little extra along the way with Double Rewards for Special Vehicle Work.”

GTA Online Special Vehicle Week Event Now Live 2

The first feature of the GTA Online Special Vehicle Week event is double rewards for all Special Vehicle Work missions. However, those aren’t the only areas currently offering double rewards. Rockstar is also currently offering players double rewards in all Freemode Business Battles, as well as in the Diamond

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Enter Now For A Chance To Win This 1966 Corvette Convertible Plus $30,000 Cash

a car parked on the side of a road: 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible

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1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible

This ‘Vette came loaded from the factory and still looks new thanks to a frame-off restoration.

Enter now for your chance to win this beautiful 1966 Chevy Corvette Sting Ray Convertible, loaded from the factory and beautifully restored. The grand prize also includes $30,000 cash to help pay for taxes. readers will even receive bonus double entry tickets with a minimum donation of just $25.

Bathed in factory-correct Ermine White paint with a contrasting Navy Blue cockpit and white convertible top, this 1966 Corvette Sting Ray convertible looks just like it did the day it was delivered to the Welch Motor Company dealership showroom floor in Raymondville, Texas. Back then, its MSRP was just $5,935.85. Today, it’s priceless, and no expense was spared in making this classic Corvette convertible one of the finest stock-restored Sting Rays in the country today.


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Your chance to buy a Macomb County event venue during a global pandemic has arrived

If you want to buy an event center during a pandemic in which many remain wary of gatherings and large indoor ones are prohibited, now is your chance.

The Bravado Event Venue in Clinton Township heads to online auction Sept. 28-30 with a starting bid of $400,000.

Damian Smoter, vice president on Bethesda, Md.-based special servicer CWCapital’s RealINSIGHT Marketplace team working on the auction, said the owner had been discussing a sale prior to the COVID-19 outbreak in Michigan.

“We started the conversation in February,” Smoter said.

Owner Gordie Kosch, founder and CEO of Kosch Dining Solutions, said the event venue at 36217 S. Gratiot Ave. takes a big chunk of his time and he’s looking to “lessen the load.”

“I’m 62 and now have three grandchildren with a fourth on the way. I’ve been in this business my whole life. I started 40 years ago and a year, nine

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Last chance to get a free OBD II car-health monitor from Nonda


Keep tabs on your car with the Nonda Zus Smart Vehicle Health Monitor Mini. It’s free; you just pay for shipping.


The Nonda Zus Smart Vehicle Health Monitor is one of those little black boxes that plugs into your car’s OBD II port, then feeds car status info to a companion app on your phone.

Capping off a yearlong campaign to help Americans drive more safely, the company is still offering its Vehicle Health Monitor Mini for free — no monthly fees, no strings attached. You’ll merely pay around $9 for shipping. But you’ve only got three days left to order it.

This little device does a lot, thanks in part to the highly rated app it pairs with. You can use the Zus to diagnose and clear error codes, log mileage, check engine health and even find your car in a parking lot (though of course your phone

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