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The Auto Body Association of Connecticut donated a Suzuki Forenza and $10,000, which will be used for supplies for the automotive program at Wilcox Technical High School in Meriden, CT.
From Bryan Lipiner’s article on the Record-Journal website:
The Wilcox Technical High School automotive program got $10,000 and a used car on Wednesday, along with a warning about using third-party car parts on used vehicles.
The Auto Body Association of Connecticut donated the car, a Suzuki Forenza, and the funds, which will be used for supplies for the program.
The association had purchased the vehicle, which was deemed unsafe use on roadways after it was equipped with third-party car parts. The group’s aim is to educate motorists about making proper repairs to used vehicles .
Association President Anthony Ferraiolo commended the students in the program.
“It’s a foundation for us to get our technicians from,” he said. “We feel that it’s very important for these kids to be trained … to repair cars properly.”