Oscar-winning actor Nicholas Cage won’t be seen driving his 2005 Ford GT 40 anymore, for he donated the said vehicle to Universal Technical Institute Inc. or UTI students to use for training. Valued at more than $140,000, the white, blue-streaked 2005 Ford GT is a limited-edition vehicle. In fact only 4,500 units exist. It commemorates the look and feel of the original GT 40. The vehicle, which is autographed by the actor, will be used by UTI students as part of their educational program, from adding performance parts to breaking down system components. Cage, an avid car enthusiast, toured UTI’s Avondale campus and was impressed with the school’s programs and wished he had such an opportunity when he was young.