From an article on The Times website:
The students in the Auto Repair Program at Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus were quite surprised to find a brand new Ford Mustang sitting in their shop on Monday morning.
“It was crazy,” said Jerimi Stokes of Claremore. “It’s brand new, and it will be a good learning experience for us to practice on a new car.”
The car – a 2016 Mustang – is equipped with a 3.7 liter engine and was donated to NTC by the Ford Motor Company. NTC is the only CareerTech in the state that offers the Ford Maintenance and Repair Program certification, and the donation came about as a result of this partnership. A representative from Ford contacted NTC’s Auto Repair Instructor, Alex Schmidt, and the vehicle was delivered free of charge over the weekend.