Our Wolverhampton Wanderers inspired Sir Jack DAF truck is going up to auction on Friday 18th September.
The Sir Jack Wolves tractor unit will be going up for auction on Friday 18th September and have a reserve of £15,600 but every pound over that will go to Breast Cancer Now via the Legacy4Lucy charity.
The Legacy4Lucy foundation was started by Jason Guy in memory of his wife Lucy who sadly passed away in 2015 aged 33 from breast cancer. His fundraising has surpassed £200,000 and now we are hoping to help him tip the £250,000 with our auction. All funds raised by the foundation are donated to Breast Cancer Now who provide world-class research and life-
As we are unsure that we are going to be able to run an event to raise money this year, we thought that this was the next best thing. Considering that the coronavirus has put a stop to many events and has made it incredibly hard for charities to fundraise.
The Sir Jack Wolves tractor
This infamous vehicle has been a working truck for JJX logistics and has travelled all around the country, collecting and delivering many types of goods. Truck spotters are also big fans, Wolves supporter or not. It is definitely one that stands out from the crowd.
All up to date information will be posted on the auction page when it goes live.
There will also be a viewing day on Saturday 12th September for those who would like to take a closer look. Booking by appointment only to ensure social distancing. To book to view the vehicle please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 460bhp Mid-lift DAF XF Super Space Cab
- Bluetooth radio
- Built-in Sat Nav
- Alloys all round
- Black leather mats inside
- Pullout fridge/freezer
- Plenty of storage
- Two bunks
- Wolves themed exterior
- 1-year manufacturers driveline warranty
If you are a transport company looking to add to your fleet or a bunch of Wolves fanatic friends wanting to own something that is truly one of a kind, then please take a look at the pictures below.
To make this an even more memorable moment, the winner of the auction will also be given the keys by a former Wolves player.
DAF Trucks have very kindly supported our attempts to raise money for Breast Cancer Now and provided us with a 1-year manufacturers driveline warranty to go with the truck.
This is a very kind offer from DAF and we really appreciate their support.