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Sutton and Mansfield lads on tour turn heads with unusual cars during a Benidorm challenge

Supporters and crew members of the Sutton Lads on Tour say their farewells before setting off from Kings Mill Car Sales for Benidorm on Tuesday to raise money for Diabetes UK and Heart Link UK.  The drivers included Max Hallam, John Butler, Lee Donnely, Daniel Wilcox, Michael Parnell, Kyle Hays, Richard Troy and Dean Goodall.
Supporters and crew members of the Sutton Lads on Tour say their farewells before setting off from Kings Mill Car Sales for Benidorm on Tuesday to raise money for Diabetes UK and Heart Link UK. The drivers included Max Hallam, John Butler, Lee Donnely, Daniel Wilcox, Michael Parnell, Kyle Hays, Richard Troy and Dean Goodall.

Seven men are turning heads across Europe as they drive three souped-up cars for charity.

The drivers from Kings Mill Car Sales, Mansfield Road, Sutton, and Pleasley Car Sales, on Newboundmill, Lane, Pleasley, are driving three unusual cars to raise money for Diabetes UK and Heart Link UK.

The group made up of Max Hallam, John Butler, Lee Donnely, Daniel Wilcox, Michael Parnell, Kyle Hays, and Dean Goodall are driving the cars to Benidorm as apart of Benidorm or Bust a 1400 mile driving challenge.

People across France and Spain will be surprised to see the three modified cars, especially as one now looks like a tank, one is lime green and another is beach themed.

The cars are currently at Tours, France after setting off yesterday, Tuesday, June, 12.

Dean Goodall, 34, from Mansfield one of the drivers said: "All of the cars are holding together at the minute.

"Everyone keeps stopping to look at them."

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