Vintage Studebakers Enhance Lunchtime Menu at ATC Cookout
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School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies News
Nearly 40 members of the Keystone Region Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club, traveling to campus under ideal conditions Friday, brought about 20 examples from history's longest-running vehicle manufacturer to the home of the nation's oldest continuous automotive program. Club members in vintage automobiles talked with interested students and faculty from Penn College's School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies, lunched with Institutional Advancement officials at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, and toured the college's automotive restoration technology labs. The visit dovetailed with an annual picnic outside the Parkes Automotive Technology Center, where school administrators served hot dogs and other fare, and where such activities as the Push Rod Drop and Piston Ring Toss added an automotive spin to carnival-type challenges.