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Pete lives on buses and boats so he can fund his life's passion.
He's clear-sighted about what he wants and funnels most of his income into saving heritage vehicles.
The jewel in the crown of his group Heritage Transport Australia is former Sydney ferry the Lady Woodward, which is currently moored two hours outside of Brisbane.
One day he hopes to have dynamic, engaging exhibits that go against the grain of traditional motor museums.
He gave ABC Canberra's Michael Black a tour of his shed in Queanbeyan and his beloved fleet.
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