$4M of BMW beauties convoy for RACQ CareFlight
More than 70 classic cars hit the road on Sunday August 11, in convoy to the Sunshine Coast Airport for RACQ CareFlight.
The collection includes series classics dating back four decades, to the latest stunners, some with price tags of $230,000.
They will provide a spectacular photo/vision opportunity with RACQ CareFlight helicopters and crew.
The BMW Club of Queensland is providing the horsepower, worth more than $4 million, as a thank you for RACQ CareFlight’s efforts during the January floods.
“We’ll also be donating $1,000 and hosting an auction to raise even more,” BMW Club Queensland President Ian Solomon said.
“It’s our way of saying thank you to RACQ CareFlight for helping so many people in such a terrible time of need.”
RACQ CareFlight’s North Coast Relationship Manager, Angela Miles, thanked the Club for its support and the rare opportunity to combine flash cars with high flying helicopters.
“We’re extremely grateful for the help we receive from community groups and organisations like BMW Club Queensland,” Mrs Miles said.
“Their hard work helps keep us in the air so we can continue doing what we do best.”