Three mullet wearing and mustachioed blokes from Coly drove a BMW from Hay to Hungerford and back to help raise money for charity.
Steve Hogan, Ryan McGoldrick and Mark Young were part of the Rust And Dust Rally in October, which raised a total of $144,510 for mostly Riverina based charities including the Coleambally Can Assist.
The Rust and Dust rally lasted for four days with cars driving from Hay to Tilpa on the first day, Hungerford on the second, White Cliffs on the third, and from White Cliffs to Hay on the fourth, stopping by Ivanhoe.
With crews only being able to enter cars valued at under $1000 in the Rally, the Coly blokes decided to keep things classy picking up a BMW 318i.
With the blokes deciding that they would be growing a matching set of mustaches and mullets specifically for the rally they adopted the team name of M&Ms.
"They did a good job going to those little towns and helping them out when the drought was on, we patronised the hotels pretty well," Mr Hogan said.
Mr Hogan said one of his favorite moments was rolling into a rally campsite at the end of a long day of driving to find one of the crews had brought an alcoholic slushy machine as their car's special attachment.
Despite one incident where the Beemer's radiator leaked one night, Mr Hogan said the car ran like a charm and although the car didn't have air conditioning the problem fixed itself when the front windows fell out.
According to Mark Young a lack of windows only became problematic when the crew drove near other cars as dust would be thrown into the Beemer along with an occasional volley of eggs.
"Going down the Dog Proof Fence that was my most interesting moment of the trip," Mr Young said.
The blokes also saw Cordiollo Downs shearing station after taking a wrong turn with Mr Young saying the trip was overall very educational.
Following the rally each of the crews were given a $3000 share of the total profits to give to a charity in their own community, with the blokes deciding to give their share to Coleambally Can Assist.
Overall $65,000 went to Can Assist branches in Hillston, Condobolin, Deniliquin and Coleambally.
Other grants included $26,000 which went to Angel Flight, $24,000 going to the Cancer Council Western Division and $25,000 went to the Hay Community Health Trust.
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