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Antique Autos Motor Onto Campus During Regional Road Trip


Passing beneath a fitting banner, antique cars enter a campus at which the past is prologue.
Passing beneath a fitting banner, antique cars enter a campus at which the past is prologue.
Collision repair instructor Roy H. Klinger (with microphone) and automotive restoration technology student Teague W. Ohl, of Cogan Station, offer a hands-on demonstration in CAL.
Collision repair instructor Roy H. Klinger (with microphone) and automotive restoration technology student Teague W. Ohl, of Cogan Station, offer a hands-on demonstration in CAL.
Le Jeune Chef and Les Voitures Anciennes blend at the center of campus.
Le Jeune Chef and Les Voitures Anciennes blend at the center of campus.
Part of the group venture to the library, where a pair of museum pieces – "Herbie," the Disney icon, and an 1899 Winton Phaeton – catch their collective eye.
Part of the group venture to the library, where a pair of museum pieces – “Herbie,” the Disney icon, and an 1899 Winton Phaeton – catch their collective eye.
Vintage Tour 2017 follows a scenic route to remember.
Vintage Tour 2017 follows a scenic route to remember.

The Antique Automobile Club of America’s “Waterfalls, Mountains and Valleys” five-day tour of the Twin Tiers included a Friday stop at Penn College, home to one of the country’s few automotive restoration majors. About 100 drivers in 50 vintage vehicles converged on main campus to visit Madigan Library and College Avenue Labs and enjoy lunch before hitting the open road again.
First two photos by Becky J. Shaner, manager of student/alumni engagement and special events

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