A glamorous mother-of-three who is known for her rev-head lifestyle has just added her dream car to her growing collection.
Natalie Wardell, 46, who has become the unofficial face of Canberra’s Summernats car festival, shared a photo of her new ride with her followers.
Taking to Instagram, the NSW Central Coast mother captioned the photo of her new black Monaro CV8 with ‘goals accomplished!’.
‘I remember seeing this and thinking to myself one day I will own a Monaro,’ Mrs Wardell wrote.
Car lover Natalie Wardell (pictured in red with her daughter) is known for her rev-head lifestyle
The NSW Central Coast mother-of-three captioned the photo of her new black Monaro CV8 with ‘goals accomplished!’
‘I will work 16 hour days to get one and that’s what I did.
‘[I] slaved my a*** off for some of the deposit and got a loan for the rest! That’s one off the bucket list of goals!’
The 46-year-old, who has attended Summernats for 24 years, first made headlines in 2017 after telling how she travels to car events with her identical looking daughters.
Since then, the Wardell family – with husband Brendyn and their three daughters Montana, Tamika and Jazmyne – have been dubbed the ‘Car-dashians’.
The Wardell family – with husband Brendyn and their three daughters Montana, Tamika and Jazmyne – have been dubbed the ‘Car-dashians’
Mrs Wardell (left) previously explained she doesn’t lead the wild life that’s portrayed and is instead simply a ‘cheetah pyjama-wearing nurse’
Speaking of her new Monaro, Mrs Wardell said she’d ‘love a gto’ but the black car fit into her ‘price range’ instead.
‘More to life than materialistic s**t, but cars make me happy so if that’s what makes my life a lot more enjoyable, who gives a s**t if you want something materialistic right?’ she said.
Mrs Wardell previously explained she doesn’t lead the wild life that’s portrayed and is instead simply a ‘cheetah pyjama-wearing nurse’.
‘I’m sorry to say but my life is actually pretty boring! I’m a nurse by day, then always head straight home to get into my cheetah PJ (pyjama) pants,’ Mrs Wardell wrote earlier this year.
Despite her love of cars, Mrs Wardell dubbed Summernats the #NannaNats, after the festival ruled out the burnout and Miss Summernats competitions.