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Spring Car Show Pays Tribute, Renews Tradition


PCMA members display their Autocross Pontiac Fiero.
PCMA members display their Autocross Pontiac Fiero.
Inventive student-made trophies include an award in memory of Larry B. Leavitt, who died in January after 20 years as an automotive faculty member.
Inventive student-made trophies include an award in memory of Larry B. Leavitt, who died in January after 20 years as an automotive faculty member.
Members of the college's Diesel Performance Club offer up a work-in-progress: a 1959 Mack B model with triple turbochargers.
Members of the college’s Diesel Performance Club offer up a work-in-progress: a 1959 Mack B model with triple turbochargers.
Loren R. Bruckhart, collision repair instructor and department head, with his Dodge Charger
Loren R. Bruckhart, collision repair instructor and department head, with his Dodge Charger
A student-entered "Rat Rod"
A student-entered “Rat Rod”

The sun shone on Saturday’s Spring Car Show, sponsored by the Penn College Motorsports Association and Penn College Classic Cruisers. Proceeds from the third annual event, held on the Carl Building Technologies Center parking lot, benefited both clubs and the American Cancer Society.
Photos by Brett A. Reasner, dean of transportation and natural resources technologies

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