Now here's a unique gift. Outgoing Williamstown Youth Center director Jonathan Igoe reports that the town's youth drop-in and activity center has been given a 1970s-era Chevrolet Impala two-door convertible. "Although tempted to keep it for official business, we thought it best to auction it on eBay to raise funds for the WYC," Igoe wrote in an email. "Having driven the Impala some this spring, I can say it's quite a ride." The youth center is using the online auction site eBay to sell off the car -- and the auction ends on Thursday. As of Tuesday night, 13 bidders, lead by "kilsbo" had bid the car up to $7,500. Click HERE if you want to look at the auction and consider putting in a bid. The car was donated by Charlie Pardoe, a part-time Williamstown resident. Igoe says Pardoe had owned the car for a number of years and enjoyed driving it, but was ready to pass it on. "Before donating it to the Youth Center, Charlie had new upholstery installed so the interior of the car looks beautiful," adds Igoe. "Over the winter I drove the car a number of times. I'd say it is in excellent condition, but I am no expert on vintage cars . . . One thing about this car that's amazing is how it feels like it is floating down the road at 60 or 70 miles an hour. It's really an incredible ride, even in the winter." Concludes Igoe: "I can only imagine how much fun it would be to drive in the summer with the top down."