With over 59.8-percent of the vote, Paul Savage from Belfair, Washington has won the first Mod Contest of 2021 with a complete rebuild of his camper’s nose. Congratulations, Paul!
A Mod Squad T-shirt is being shipped to Paul. As January’s winner, he is now eligible for the December finals when readers will pick the best of the Mod Squad winners to determine the 2021 Modder of the Year! The Grand Prize is a $250 gift certificate to Lowes or Home Depot (or Canadian equivalent).
Scroll down below to see Paul’s winning modification (#3 below).
Enter your mods now! Click here to enter TCM’s Mod contest. You can enter as many mods as you want, at any time. Good luck mod makers!
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Nelson Cobbett from Fort Nelson, British Columbia shares enhanced entry stairs using stair treads for his 2019 Ford F350 and 2014 Arctic Fox 990 rig.