All posts tagged: Vehicle Story

2009 Mini Cooper S for the American Cancer Society.

In November 2016 we had a car donation to the American Cancer Society from a generous donor from Oklahoma. They had donated their 2009 Mini Cooper S 2 door to help support their favorite charity.

Canine Companions for Independence®

In February of 2016, a very generous donor had donated their 2006 Ford E450 Cutaway cube van, also known as a Fun Mover RV, to Canine Companions for Independence.

Mercedes-Benz for National Public Radio.

This week’s featured car donation is a 1970 Mercedes Benz 300SEL donated to National Public Radio. This car is a very rare model with an interesting history.  The Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 is a luxury sedan built from 1968 to 1972. When released it was the fastest four-door vehicle of its time with a 6.3-litre M100

Porsche Boxster for American Cancer Society

A 1999 Porsche Boxster with only 23,553 miles was just donated to the American Cancer Society by John and Ann in California. They purchased the Porsche in 1999, they were the original owners, and it was garaged for most of that time. When asked why they chose the American Cancer Society, John responded, “My Wife

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Wicked Big Meet 2015

Some Wicked Cool Cars If there’s one thing anyone knows about Subaru, it’s that the Subaru Outback is EVRYWHERE. The most well-known vehicle out of their lineup; normally purchased by people who enjoy hiking, and the golden retriever families from the commercials. If you don’t know the Outback, you will surely know the Wagon-Pickup hybrid,

2004 Subaru Impreza

“My 2004 Subaru Impreza was the best companion I’ve had in a vehicle. My faithful, internally combustive steed. It took me from the mountains of Wyoming to the farms of the Willamette Valley, and just about everywhere in between.” Impreza Donation “I donated my car to KLCC because I believe publicly-funded media is essential to

This Vehicle Has Heart

Saving people from harm…restoring well being and health…providing life-saving services…bringing people back to life… Yes, it served its community well.  And, at the end of its life, this ambulance continued to serve its community.  Donated in Colorado through the CARS FOR HOMES program, proceeds from the sale of this emergency vehicle helped build a house where a Habitat