eBay funds restora­tions

Three ‘de­serv­ing cases’ to be given £4k each

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - News - ebay­car­chal­lenge@launchpr.co.uk

An on­line chal­lenge has been launched to find de­serv­ing car restora­tion projects, with the op­por­tu­nity for three win­ners to re­ceive £4000 each to buy parts and ac­ces­sories.

Any car en­thu­si­ast with a restora­tion pro­ject sat in their garage or work­shop is in­vited to taken part in the first eBay Chal­lenge. The or­gan­is­ers say that hope­ful projects can range from a barn find that’s gath­er­ing dust, to a fam­ily heir­loom need­ing funds to re­turn it to its for­mer glory.

Three win­ning projects will be cho­sen by eBay on 3 April, with each win­ner re­ceiv­ing £4000 in fund­ing to spend on more than 270,000 list­ings of car and mo­tor­cy­cle parts avail­able via ebay.co. uk. Win­ners will then have un­til 3 July 2016 to com­plete their pro­ject.

‘The eBay Car Chal­lenge will bring to life the wide se­lec­tion of car parts and ac­ces­sories that can only be found in one place, that’s eBay,’ says Mur­ray Lam­bell the com­pany’s di­rec­tor of retail car parts and ac­ces­sories.

‘And in turn will show­case the pas­sion and love of am­a­teur me­chan­ics from across the coun­try.’

To get in­volved in the chal­lenge, you’ll need to email a pho­to­graph of the car in its cur­rent con­di­tion with 500 words out­lin­ing the restora­tion pro­ject in­clud­ing his­tory of the ve­hi­cle and the work that needs to be com­pleted,

Terms ands con­di­tions for eBay’s CAR SOS- type chal­lenge have now been posted on­line.

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