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Sigma Nu Strikes Meteorological Gold With Annual Car Show


Definitely not a candidate for the "Lowest to the Ground" award
Definitely not a candidate for the “Lowest to the Ground” award
Attendees "park" themselves in an optimal spot for fun in the sun.
Attendees “park” themselves in an optimal spot for fun in the sun.
Who WOULDN'T smile on such a beautiful day?
Who WOULDN’T smile on such a beautiful day?
Clearly an event with "curb appeal"
Clearly an event with “curb appeal”
A peek inside
A peek inside

More than 70 cars, trucks and motorcycles were entered in the Sigma Nu Fraternity’s fifth annual car show, held Saturday in the parking lot of Penn College’s Carl Building Technologies Center. The gorgeous end-of-semester day afforded automotive enthusiasts (and fans of nice weather, in general) an eyeful among the vehicles vying for trophies in categories that ranged from popular models to “Drivable Junker.”
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer

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