Charity Toyota unveiled – exclusive video of unveiling

Charity Toyota finally unveiled

Four local charities are to benefit from Killarney Valley Classic and Vintage Club’s latest project.

A 40-year-old Toyota Starlet that the club restored over the last few months is set to be raffled to raise funds for the Irish Kidney Association Kerry branch, Killarney Valley Athletic Club, Recovery Haven Cancer Support and Cuan Mhuire.

The car was unveiled by Radio Kerry’s Brendan Fuller and local Paralympian Jordan Lee at a well-attended function in Kelliher’s Garage Tralee.

“People were blown away by the work that has been put into restoring the car and we were delighted with the turn-out of well over 80 people and we are very grateful for everyone’s support,” said Killarney Valley Classic and Vintage Club’s PRO Tom Leslie.

“It is a testament to our club to be able to present this car in what we think is safe to say a better than new condition than it was 40 years ago. We are delighted to be associated with all of our sponsors many of whom joined us for the unveiling and we now look forward to raffling the car and to selling the tickets to raise valuable funds to support our chosen charities.”

Tickets are €10 and can be purchased from Kellihers Garage Tralee, Killarney Glass, Ross Cafe Killarney, Castleisland Tyre Centre and O’Neills Power Equipment Milltown, from any of the charities or from any member of the club.

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