Leaders Celebrate at Rotary Auto Show Held in Silverdome | Examiner


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Car enthusiasts were treated to a collection of vehicles of all makes and models at the inaugural Rotary Club Launceston Motor Show, held at the Silverdome. With many cars on display, Jamie-Lee Brett was proud to show off his collection of import cars. “I have four cars here today, including a Mazda 3 MPS, a Nissan SilEighty, an R34 Skyline and my pride and joy, the pink Nissan 200SX from 1994,” Ms. Brett said. READ MORE: Behind Tasmanian Family Violence Blue Line “I grew up with brothers and cars have always been a part of my life. It is a great passion for me and I buy and sell cars. The Rotary Club did a great job of putting on this show, there is a great range of cars of all types here and it’s great to meet other car enthusiasts and to propel yourself to see the cars. with his pink Nissan. READ MORE: Parents disappointed with capped number at celebratory dinner “I carry the BRC2 gene, so I had my breast removed.” This car sat in the hangar like a wreck. “I had the idea to do it again, make it pink and fundraise for breast cancer. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: Follow us on Google News: The Examiner




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