it needs to be your car # 6 is a chevy promo shot # 3 is photo shopped therefore it is not a true picture thats my OP
I suppose you just gave the ultimate compliment to #6: you believe her picture is so good that it could not be her car, but rather a promo shot from Chevy.
I remember many months ago when she first posted that photograph, along with many others, of her car. Yes, she had a professional take pictures of her car for her, but that is not against the rules (nor should it be, for various practical reasons, as I outlined above).
What is one to do who wishes to enter this contest? Shall it become a "have a nice picture, but not too nice, because, if it is too nice, then it isn't allowed"? I won't turn this into a political discussion, but I will comment that I wonder what ever happened to life as it used to be in this country, where excellence was celebrated instead of trying to force everyone to conform to being average? When I was a kid, people played sports to win, and went in the classroom to excel to their highest potential, even when that meant leaving others behind who could not keep up. From what I see with my niece and nephew in school now, participation stickers are celebrated instead of kids trying to excel.