Bangers4Ben: To Monaco and back in a £700 banger


Tell us how many James Bond movies were mentioned in our short video and you could win a pair of cinema tickets.

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It’s that time of year again! All over the UK, people either in or associated with the motor trade have been transforming their old bangers into an eclectic mix of weird, wonderful, and wacky chariots for Bangers4Ben’s charity fundraising event. There is no doubt, jaws will drop at 2022’s selection of enhanced autos!

This year’s theme? The name is, “Bond… James Bond”. As always, The Little Boss’s orders have left LawJaw and The Judge a bit shaken, but they are definitely stirred up for the B4B mission.

Watch the below movie to find out what car LawJaw and The Judge are driving. They have “purrfectly” revamped their car! Nobody does it better than this duo.

The elaborate chariots will be driven to Monaco, over the Alps, and back from 8th to 11th of October. Once they are returned, the vehicles will be auctioned off with all the money going to Ben. Also, each team has a personal target of £1000 to raise, and this is where our dedicated duo needs your help.

If you could spare a few pounds to support Ben, it would be much appreciated. And, in return, LawJaw and The Judge will give you the opportunity to win some cinema vouchers.

Win a pair of cinema tickets

Tell the boys how many James Bond movies were mentioned in their short 007 charity video “From Monaco with Love” and they will enter you in the prize draw to win cinema vouchers for two people.

To enter, simply go to the Lawgistics’ Facebook page, like the video post and leave a comment including how many Bond movies you think were mentioned.

Prize Draw Terms and Conditions

Your comment must be on the timeline of the video post, with the correct number of James Bond films mentioned in the video, to be entered into the prize draw.

Entries are limited to one comment per Facebook user and the close date will be the 30th October 2022. A winner will be selected randomly on the 31st October and mentioned in the post. It will be up to the winner to make contact with Lawgistics to claim their prize.

The cinema vouchers are for use in the UK only. They are not transferable or refundable and cannot be exchanged for cash.

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