McLaren up for grabs in charity raffle

This flash metallic green McLaren 650s Spider could be yours, all for the cost of a $25 raffle ticket.

Up for the winning to one lucky punter, this British sports car is being raffled so that the net proceeds will be given to the Baulkham Hills Headquarters Rural Fire Brigade. The raffle is being conducted by the Muragadi Indigenous Heritage Corporation (ABN 23 532 306 683).

The raffle will rally up a great amount of support for the Baulkham Hills Brigade, in a year that has seen some of the worst fires ever in recent Australian history rip our country apart.

The benefit for the lucky winner is obvious: a McLaren 650S producing a screaming 478kW and 600Nm to sprint from a standstill to 100km/h in 3.0 seconds flat. It’s admired on the street and feared on the racetrack.

Though this is a completely unique McLaren, with its exclusive metallic green wrap and thundering sports exhaust being special inclusions. And it has already paid a good deed, this 2016 complied model having been used already for charity in helping a child from the Ronald McDonald House enjoy a drive in this dream car. That also makes up some of its 30,000km odometer history. And it is a history that is completely known by McLaren Sydney, which has serviced this car since brand new.

The lucky winner will own a car appreciated by few, with McLaren one of the most exclusive car companies currently selling exotic supercars on the Australian market. This rear-wheel drive supercar is particularly visceral in its exciting power delivery, the British made 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 thundering towards a 333km/h top speed (it’ll go to 200km/h from zero in 8.4 seconds), and stopping in equally as impressive a time.

To have a chance at winning, simply buy one or more tickets from the total 82,000 tickets available.

All entries help support the Baulkham Hills Headquarters Rural Fire Brigade, and the lottery is proudly supported by the Muragadi Heritage Indigenous Corporation.

The raffle will be drawn Friday, 28 August 2020 at 5:00 PM


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