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DaimlerChrysler Donates Maserati

The DaimlerChrysler Training Center at Malvern has donated a Chrysler Maserati worth more than $11,000 to Pennsylvania College of Technology.

The 1991 vehicle, which is valued at $11,070, will be used for instructional purposes by the automotive programs in the School of Transportation Technology at Penn College.

Ken Benson of DaimlerChrysler presented the car to the College. It was accepted on behalf of the College by Colin W. Williamson, dean of the School of Transportation Technology.

“The Maserati shares many of the same components as a Le Baron and rounds out our inventory of different model vehicles,” Williamson said. “The vehicle will be used in our Automotive Technology program as a teaching aid in troubleshooting automotive electronic systems.”

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