Damien Gonzalez, an automotive student at W.H. Adamson High School, is standing in front of a Lamborghini Diablo, and he really wants the car.
Gonzalez was one of about 45 automotive students from Adamson who went to a Mecum Auction held Sept. 17 at the Dallas Convention Center. The Dallas ISD students attended the auction thanks to donated tickets from Mecum Auctions, which bills itself as the world’s largest collector car auction.
Timmy Martin, the automotive instructor at Adamson, said the event taught students about the car restoration process and gave them an inside look at a car auction.
Students from Wilmer Hutchins High School and Pinkston High School visited the auction the following day.
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