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A Four-Wheeled Conversation Piece Arrives on Campus


Levers more reflective of boat-building than automobile manufacturing lend a nautical touch to the dashboard.
Levers more reflective of boat-building than automobile manufacturing lend a nautical touch to the dashboard.
A strange visitor from decades past, the Verrill Wolf Wagon awaits offload outside the Parkes Automotive Technology Center.
A strange visitor from decades past, the Verrill Wolf Wagon awaits offload outside the Parkes Automotive Technology Center.
The six front headlights will illuminate students' view of automotive history.
The six front headlights will illuminate students’ view of automotive history.

The Verrill Wolf Wagon, a rare Chrysler-powered prototype vehicle included in a private collection affiliated with The Swigart Museum in Huntingdon, was delivered Friday for its date with students in the automotive restoration technology major. The 1953 vehicle, uniquely designed and sturdily constructed of fiberglass, will be repainted and detailed for the exclusive Concours d’Elegance – a celebration of the bygone automobile – to be held June 13-15 at The Hotel Hershey.

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