Kinspeed Supports Perrys Auction To Raise Money For Bluebell Wood

Kinspeed are proud to announce that Perrys Charity Auction are auctioning a wide variety of goodies to the highest bidder in an aim to raise a large sum of money for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. As Kinspeed are patrons of Bluebell Wood, one of our directors decided to go to the pre-launch event and lend his support. The pre-launch was a great opportunity for Kinspeed to have a hands-on look at Perry’s ultimate give-away: a Vauxhall Viva 1300L.

Bluebell Wood's Vauxhall Viva at Auction
One of our directors in the Vauxhall Viva.

There is quite a bit of history behind this particular Vauxhall Viva as it was originally sold in 1977 by Perrys and was then returned in 1991 as a part-exchange. It has been on display ever since…until this auction. This famous Vauxhall Viva of the 70s has only ever done 11,000 miles! For a classic car, this is quite unheard of. Some people may even remember the original advertisement that featured the formal one race driver, James Hunt! Now, who wouldn’t want to own a car that was endorsed by a British Formula One Champion? If you can’t remember the commercial, or if you haven’t seen it before just look below:

Perrys Charity Auction have mimicked the advert to help raise awareness for Bluebell Wood:

However, there is more than a Vauxhall Viva for sale. There are number of items such as: a IPad Air, Kindle HD Fire, Samsung Galaxy Note, Signed Sterling Moss Steering Wheel with personalised message for the winner and Ferrari goodies. Remember, all the proceeds will be going to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

If you would like to place a bid on the Vauxhall Viva, please follow this link:

If you fancy bidding or looking any of the other goodies, please follow this link:

For more information on the charity you’re donating to, please follow this link:

For the full information and a 360 virtual tour, please follow this link:

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