From David Madden’s article on the CBS Philly website:
Auto repair students at Camden County College are getting the chance to work on some high-end vehicles, thanks to continuing donations from a major car maker.
The school took possession of a brand new Cadillac CT6, the latest of 18 GM cars donated as part of the Automotive Service Educational Program. Sticker price on the vehicle? About $70,000.
College President Don Borden says they’ve had this collaboration in place for more than 30 years.