08 April 2019, By Melissa Cowan
Win a Mustang BULLITT + Triumph Bonneville + $100,000!
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It’s your chance to win the ultimate collector’s package with the Mater Car Lottery! The new Mater Cars for Cancer draw offers an incredible 1st prize including a Mustang BULLITT + Triumph Bonneville T120 + $100,000 cash/gold bullion*. Total 1st prize valued at $208,925! What’s more, the package includes all on-road costs, dealer delivery costs, CTP insurance, and GST. All funds raised from ticket sales go towards caring for cancer patients at Mater Brisbane and conducting critical cancer research. Have your chance to win the 50th-anniversary edition Mustang BULLITT and support Mater Brisbane at the same time. All for just $30 a ticket!
50th Anniversary Mustang BULLITT
The Mustang BULLITT pays homage to the 1968 original. In all its glory, power and prestige, the 50th-anniversary edition Mustang BULLITT is ready to drive into your life.
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- 6-speed manual transmission
- Leather Recaro Seats
- BULLITT car cover
- Four-mode Active Valve Exhaust
- MagneRide Suspension Standard
- 19-inch Torq Thrust-style wheels
- Unique numbered plaque on
passenger side dash
- BULLITT badging
- White cue-ball gear knob
Triumph Bonneville T120 Black
The Triumph Bonneville T120 Black is a timeless icon, beautifully evolved with modern performance and technology, while encapsulating the authentic British style and character.
- 2 cylinder
- 4 stroke
- 224kg (without fuel)
- Switchable traction control
- 2 rider modes
- LED lights
- USB charging socket
- All-black detailing
Go in the draw to win a $5,000 fuel voucher when you purchase 3 or more tickets! Get 1 chance for every 3 tickets purchased. Where could $5,000 worth of extra fuel take you?
Mater Cars for Cancer Draw 86
This is a limited lottery with only 40,000 tickets available. They are selling fast, so don’t miss out on your chance to win! Secure your tickets in this awesome Mater car lottery now. Are you ready to prowl the roads?