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Editorial Visit Results in National Publication’s Focus on College

Mopar Muscle
Mopar Muscle

Penn College’s acquisition of a 1967 Dodge Dart for the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies has been detailed in the April 2014 issue of Mopar Muscle, now on newsstand shelves and online. The article was written by Randy Bolig, the magazine’s editor, in cooperation with assistant automotive professor Chris Holley, who led him on a campus tour  in July. The article, which tells of Holley’s serendipitous acquaintance with the vehicle (as well as the substantial lab work planned by students to bring a “hidden treasure” back to life) follows:  Mopar Muscle

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