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Antique Automobile Association’s ‘Vintage Tour’ Stops on Campus

Roy A. Klinger, instructor of automotive technology, talks with visitors to the CAL paint lab A 1965 Ford Mustang and a 1978 Pontiac Firebird Esprit, both restored to museum quality by Penn College students, are displayed in a paint bay Susquehannock Region board members (in orange vests) Ed Stroble, left, and Earl L. Mowrey Jr. visit with association members Eyes front! Showcased in the afternoon sun is this 1931 Chrysler, among the vehicles displayed outside CAL About two-dozen vehicles owned by Antique Automobile Association of America members were displayed in the College Avenue Labs parking lot Monday, one of seven stops along the group’s “Vintage Tour” through northcentral Pennsylvania and the southern tier of New York state. Sponsored by the association’s Susquehannock Region, which has worked with Penn College in restoration of two vehicles for AACA’s museum in Hershey, the six-day tour is open to pre-1938 vehicles. Also on the itinerary are visits to Little League Baseball headquarters and downtown Williamsport, as well as Corning and Watkins Glen, N.Y.

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