MEIJA Rooney spends her days among luxury cars at Garry Crick Prestige Motors.
But she has eyes for just one: a Mercedes-Benz SLS 63 AMG.
The chance of her being able to afford the $550,000 price tag is virtually nil ... unless she cracks the big one in tonight's $70 million Oz Lotto draw.
"I don't consider myself a lucky person - I never win anything," the marketing manager admitted as she admired the car of her dreams.
But it only takes one ticket and with $70 million in her purse, Meija could buy an SLS63 for every member of the family and still have millions in loose change.
Certainly enough to snap up The Wish - a five-bedroom, six-bathroom luxury Maleny mansion which is on the market for $2.3 million.
She could toast her good luck with a rare 1951 Penfolds Grange - a steal at $40,000 a bottle - or fill the swimming pool with a Henschke Hill of Grace vintage that would put a bit of a dent in the fortune.
A $30 million Susan Rosen and Steinmetz 150-carat diamond bikini would be perfect for taking a dip in that particular pool ... and she'd still have money in the bank for a few trips overseas.
Of course, Meija will have to win the money first.
And the odds aren't good as Oz Lotto officials expect to sell 5.5 million entries by tonight's draw.
Cotton Tree News owner Darren Coultan is expecting a late rush.
"It will be absolutely massive, there is no doubt about that," he said.
If only one winner takes out the entire $70 million, they will become Australia's biggest-ever lottery winner, eclipsing the current record of $58.7 million a Victorian player won in 2008.