David Cameron signs 'Write off World' BMW

Posted on: 04 Mar 2015
David Cameron signs 'Write off World' BMW

31-year old Mac Ferrari-Guy from Harlesden, West London is passionate about keeping children and the youth away from the clutches of street life. To generate awareness, he has welcomed over 25,000 people across the UK to sign his classic BMW 645Ci. 
 
His one-man crusade culminated today with Prime Minister, David Cameron adding his signature to the car at Westminster, accompanied by a group of fellow MPs, including Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg and Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne.
 
The signing was arranged with the assistance of Sir Greg Knight MP, Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Historic Vehicles Group.
 
The strikingly-presented car - with its latest high-profile signatures - will be auctioned to raise funds for Ferrari-Guy's campaign, at Historics at Brooklands this Saturday, March 7th.
 
He commented: "I am so grateful to the Prime Minister and his fellow MPs accepting the invitation to add their names to the car. They have really helped raise its value at the auction on Saturday. The more money it raises for my campaign, the more I can help prevent children falling into trouble."
 
Proceeds from the sale of the car at auction - and Historics' seller's commission - will go towards Ferrari-Guy's plans to open drop-in youth centres across the capital, with boot camp-style sessions, designed to educate children and the youth on the perils of gang and drug lifestyle.
 
You can bid to buy this one-off classic car at Historics' auction this Saturday in person, by telephone or on-line.  See the website www.historics.co.uk for full details. The car can be viewed on Friday at the auction venue, Brooklands Museum, Near Weybridge, Surrey
 
The BMW joins a more traditional - but no less fascinating - mix of 150+ fine classic motor cars and automobilia at this, Historics' major annual spring sale
 
For more information and the full consignment list, visit www.historics.co.uk, or call 01753 639170 and e-mail: auctions@historics.co.uk.

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