Published on December 11th 2017 in

‘Olivia Green’ Mustang raises $70,000 for charity

This epic, one-of-a-kind Ford Mustang GT has an ecstatic new owner and the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre has received around $70,000 in much needed funds thanks to the Bayford Group, Tickford and PPG. The innovative charity initiative was part of the 100th Anniversary celebrations for Melbourne automotive group and PPG Platinum distributor, the Bayford Group, and saw a brand-new Mustang tricked up with features including Tickford wheels and suspension, an upgraded leather interior and powertrain enhancements.

To cap off the awesome specification list, it also received a complete PPG repaint. PPG Territory Managers, Daniel Barbosa and Rowan Kenny, formulated the unique ‘Olivia Green’ colour and the highly detailed paint job was completed by Bell Collision Repairs in Preston, Melbourne. After handing it over to Austin Health, the sensational machine was raffled to raise approximately $70,000 which will go towards helping patients live better with cancer and defeat it via world class treatment, integrated research, leading clinical trials and tailored wellness programs.

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