You could win Jeremy Clarkson's £14k luxury classic car… it's just £5 but there's a catch | The Sun

ONE lucky car enthusiast could snap up Jeremy Clarkson's £14k classic car for just £5 – but there's a catch.

The Top Gear star’s one-of-a-kind Mitsuoka Le-Seyde is up for grabs and it is all for a good charitable cause.

While the unique Japanese motor already comes with an original eccentric appearance – Jeremy's pals gave it some added touches.

The bizarre vehicle's hilarious makeover was done by Jezza, Richard Hammond and James May during their latest film.

Viewers will see the lads decking the roadster out with crystal chandeliers and cow-print upholstery when they watch The Grand Tour: Eurocrash, which aired on Prime Video on Friday.

It’s the first time any of the trio’s TV vehicles has ever been put up for sale. 


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The Mitsuoka will be raffled for youth organisation The Mix, with tickets priced at just £5.

All proceeds will directly benefit the charity’s life-saving services for young people.

However, there is a catch if you win – you have drive the bizarre vehicle.

Lisa Hogan, Jeremy’s girlfriend, claimed she loved its originality.

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She said: "I really wanted this car, but Jeremy wouldn't let me have it on the farm. 

"Knowing The Mix will be supported is a very good alternative. Good luck all!"

The charity hopes that Clarkson’s legions of fans will take a chance on owning this piece of automotive history.

The Mix provides free advice, information and crisis support to young people under 25 across the UK via social media, peer support, helpline and counselling services. 

Andrew Harrison from the organisation said: "We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Jeremy Clarkson for his incredible generosity in donating his one-of-a-kind Mitsoka Le-Seyde to The Mix's Grand Draw. 

"His support will make a significant impact on our ability to provide vital services to young people when they need it most. 

"We are truly grateful for Jeremy’s commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of young people."

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The Grand Draw will end this Sunday at 6pm.

You can watch The Grand Tour: Eurocrash on Prime Video

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