VINTAGE: Victory College senior head prefect Jack Brebner checks out some of the historic cars that arrived at the school bearing funds for the driver education program.
VINTAGE: Victory College senior head prefect Jack Brebner checks out some of the historic cars that arrived at the school bearing funds for the driver education program.

Victory students get to see the classics

A LINE-UP of classic cars rolled into Victory College recently as Gympie Historic Auto Club members arrived to donate funds to support the secondary school's driver education program for 2017.

Year 11 and 12 students had some great conversations with the owners, led by club president Rob White, and were pleased to find out that some of these cars could even be used at their graduations.

A cheque was received by college captains, who thanked the club for its generous donation.

Historic cars line up outside Victory College.
Historic cars line up outside Victory College.

Victory College principal Brett Costin said it was a pleasure to see the community support driver education that would assist young drivers to be safer on our roads.

Students were impressed with the quality of the cars and excited by the prospect of using these classic vehicles at their graduations.

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