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  • High school automotive program earns $50K at auction

    Jordan Vocational High School automotive program members saw the 1996 Ford Mustang they restored and customized be sold for $50,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Auction last week in West Palm Beach, Fla., where the buyer donated the car back to Jordan so the pr

Jordan Vocational High School automotive program members saw the 1996 Ford Mustang they restored and customized be sold for $50,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Auction last week in West Palm Beach, Fla., where the buyer donated the car back to Jordan so the pr Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Jordan Vocational High School automotive program members saw the 1996 Ford Mustang they restored and customized be sold for $50,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Auction last week in West Palm Beach, Fla., where the buyer donated the car back to Jordan so the pr Mark Rice mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

He paid $50,000 for Jordan High’s Mustang. But what he did next will surprise you.

April 11, 2017 5:47 PM