WIN with Philips Workshop Lighting

Published:  30 August, 2017

To celebrate the launch of its latest workshop lights, Aftermarket is offering six readers the chance to win with Philips. 

There are two top-of-the-line Philips workshop lighting solutions up for grabs, as well as some of the hugely popular individual single rechargeable workshop lighting units.

We have one of the newly launched CBH 51 under bonnet strip lights, as seen on the Philips Racing Vision Carrera Cup car of Tom Oliphant.

We also have the amazing best-of-test MDLS CRI Matchline.

Finally we have four Philips RCH6 personal rechargeable LED units.

To be in with a chance of winning one of these prizes, which together have a total value of almost five hundred pounds, just let us know what type of car Tom Oliphant drives - as seen in the CBH 51 illustration. Is it:

a) Ford Galaxie 500

b) Porsche 911

c) Lotus Carlton

Winner will be chosen at random from the correct answers when the competition closes on 20 September 2017, and the winner will be notified by 27 September. The editor’s decision is final.  No cash alternative offered.

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