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Classic Cruisers club hosts show of vintage autos


Nick W. Soracco (right), an automotive restoration technology major from Oakwood, Ga., talks with an attendee about the student-restored 1947 Tucker prototype – back on campus after travels that have included a trip to Pebble Beach, Calif.
Nick W. Soracco (right), an automotive restoration technology major from Oakwood, Ga., talks with an attendee about the student-restored 1947 Tucker prototype – back on campus after travels that have included a trip to Pebble Beach, Calif.
The 1953 Verrill Wolf Wagon, restored to award-winning status by Penn College students, makes an appearance.
The 1953 Verrill Wolf Wagon, restored to award-winning status by Penn College students, makes an appearance.
The show makes room for vehicles that, while equally impressive, don't fit into a conventional parking space.
The show makes room for vehicles that, while equally impressive, don’t fit into a conventional parking space.
A 55-year-old beauty, open for inspection
A 55-year-old beauty, open for inspection
A true classic ... and in Wildcat Blue!
A true classic … and in Wildcat Blue!

Penn College Classic Cruisers, a student organization whose mission includes promoting interest in and preservation of vintage automobiles, did just that through a Saturday car show on the Carl Building Technologies Center parking lot. “We appreciated the support from everyone who showed up that day,” said club President Riley E. Mahl, of Easton, an automotive restoration technology student. About 50 people were on hand to appreciate the 25 vehicles displayed on the grounds; the gorgeous day included food, awards and giveaways, and optional tours of instructional labs.
Photos by J.J. Boettcher, student photographer

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Larry and Claudia Reichart,

Sorry we missed the show. We have been two or three times to the show, but did not know it was this past weekend. We had met some of the students thorough the Freedom Road Rally in the past.

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