Want to own a piece of Jurassic cinematic history? Want to help a great cause? Here is your chance! Firefighter Cody Mayfield, owner of body shop Mayfield Built is holding a raffle this Thanksgiving to raise money for the Carroll County Fire Department to build a new training facility. One of the items being raffled off is the original Hummer as seen in The Lost World: Jurassic Park, which has been fully restored.
A Carroll County firefighter is taking an unusual approach to improving training for his fire department.
It involves a big piece of movie memorabilia from “The Lost World: Jurassic Park.”
Firefighter Cody Mayfield is also the owner of Mayfield Built, a body shop in Villa Rica, Georgia. His team is now offering a completely restored Hummer H-1 with a custom engine, new transmission, and brand new interiors.
Donations to enter the raffle are currently underway now and will end on November 22nd at 11:59pm PST. Please visit the official website for Mayfield Built to read all the rules and terms for the raffle.
The Hummer was featured in the InGen dinosaur roundup scene early in the film and can be seen in the clip below.
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Source: Fox 5 Atlanta