Heritage Fleet’s 1974 Lancer helps raise funds for Macmillan Cancer
A star of the Mitsubishi Motors in the UK’s ever-growing heritage fleet has helped Farnham’s Mitsubishi dealership raise funds for Macmillan Cancer.
The 1974 Lancer, which has been completely restored by the brand’s Cirencester-based Mitsubishi Specialist Vehicle Operations (MSVO) division, was showcased by Wiltshire & Sons Mitsubishi at the Classic Car Show & Family Fun Day at Clandon Park, West Clandon.
Sitting alongside a limited edition L200 Barbarian SVP on the dealership’s stand, the immaculate Lancer was one of nearly 400 classic cars that attracted visitors to the event and helped raise thousands of pounds for the Macmillan Cancer Support, Guildford Area Group.
Barry Wiltshire, Managing Director, Wiltshire & Sons Mitsubishi, (pictured above collecting the Lancer from Mitsubishi Motors in the UK’s Cirencester HQ) said: “We experienced a great deal of interest in the Lancer and it was definitely one of the rarest cars there. Together with the L200 Barbarian SVP it made for a great display and really showed off the heritage of Mitsubishi and how far the brand has evolved.
“It was one of the hottest days of the year when we collected it from Mitsubishi Motors’ HQ, but the Lancer didn’t miss a beat on the 200-mile round trip. We did miss having air con though!”