Win a new Peugeot RCZ for £1
2014 National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw
If you have the odd pound you don't mind donating then you could be the owner of a brand new Peugeot RCZ GT Sports Coupe. This fantastic car has been donated by Peugeot UK as the star prize in the 2014 National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw and it gets even better as the RCZ is Bianca White in colour. The stylish two-door coupé, characterised by its ‘double-bubble’ roofline and aluminium roof arches, boasts a 1.6L petrol engine which is capable of 0-62mph in 8.3 seconds. It has a high quality sports interior and spacious rear seating and if you walked in to your local Peugeot showroom then the RCZ range would set you back around £21,600.
Andrew Didlick, Director of Communications at Peugeot Motor Company, said “Peugeot is delighted to be supporting the 2014 National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw. The RCZ is a fantastic draw in itself and we wish the Museum the very best of luck in all of its 2014 fundraising activities. The RCZ will certainly attract attention as it sits proudly amongst such a fantastic collection of historic automobiles.”
If you miss out on the sport Peugeot RCZ there are other prizes on offer including an alternative star prize of £10,000 cash, and runner-up prizes including a seat on the 2015 London to Brighton Run with one night’s accommodation in London and a Garmin Sat-Nav.
The National Motor Museum Trust Raffle Draw takes place annually, with the winning ticket numbers announced in November each year. All monies raised from the sale of tickets go towards furthering the work of the National Motor Museum Trust. Tickets cost just £1 each and can be bought at the National Motor Museum, but if you cannot get there they can also be purchased on application by contacting Theresa Browning by email at email@example.com.
In addition to its world-famous vehicle collection, the National Motor Museum charitable trust is also home to one of the largest historical motoring archives, which includes film, photographs, books and thousands of motoring-related artefacts.
Chief Executive of the Trust, Russell Bowman, said “we are delighted to be able to offer such a fantastic star prize in our raffle. We would like to thank Peugeot UK for their support of our fundraising activities and we look forward to presenting this wonderful car to the lucky winner following the raffle draw in November. Last year’s draw raised £36,500 and with this great car on offer, we hope that this year will be even more successful.”