PETER Roulston’s 1985 VK Holden Commodore played a vital role in the Great Escape Cystic Fibrosis Car Bash fundraiser last week, raising money for the organisation.
Peter traveled alongside his son Jarred on the 11-day trek from Ararart to Mount Gambier.
“We designed the car with a “Back to the Future” theme this year, and on its own it raised $10,000 for the charity convoy,” Mr Roulston said.
The car is equipped with a 3.3 litre engine and was valued at $4,000 when first released.
Editions to the vehicle included roof racks, raised suspension and larger tires which were needed for the car to