“It’s out there a lot with Variety Queensland stickers, and we always try to raise as much money as we can for kids who just need a hand in Queensland.”
The vehicle was used for a charity event just last month, raising $60,000 of the $1.2 million given to the charity.
Mr Doyle said he was part of the Ipswich team Car 350.
“I’m not in a situation where I have kids like the ones we raise money for, but it’s great to see where your money goes.”
Mr Doyle said future charity trips would be affected if the 2.5-metre-high vehicle was not found.
“We poured a lot of money into it to do those trips and, unfortunately, it’s been taken away in the blink of an eye.”
He said the vehicle had already been spotted three times around the Brisbane area on Wednesday.
“We don’t want any charity money, all we ask is for everyone to report it if they do see it,” he said.