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M-80 Office Systems donates car to GCC

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Community College just got a little classic.  M-80 Office Systems made a donation of a classic 1970 Chevrolet El Camino to the GCC Automotive Shop. M-80 Office Systems president Michael Ady says he donated his "Blue Ghost" to GCC foundation in honor of the college's upcoming 35th anniversary next May.

He adds the Blue Ghost is originally from San Francisco and is valued at $14,000 today. "We're giving it to them as a community partner to say take this and find something with it, have fun with it, use it in parades, use it as a mascot, do whatever you but just take care of it because it's a beautiful car," she said.

GCC President Mary Okada says automotive students have two whole semesters to work on the car and auction it off for the foundation.

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