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Pathways Innovation Center students restore car for raffle

Pathways Innovation Center auto body students have been working to restore a car since before the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s close to hitting the road.
The rear logo on the P.T. Cruiser that Pathways Innovation Center students have been restoring...
The rear logo on the P.T. Cruiser that Pathways Innovation Center students have been restoring since the fall of 2019.(David Graf)
Published: Apr. 14, 2021 at 7:07 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - While Pathways Innovation Center (PIC) construction students have been working on building a cabin, PIC auto body students have been restoring a car since the fall of 2019.

The students have been working to restore a Chrysler P.T. Cruiser. It started with installing a new transaxle, sanding the body down to put on a fresh paint job and putting in new lights to name a few things.

The car will soon be raffled off for one lucky winner to drive home.

Auto Shop Boss and Kelly Walsh student Brecken Morrision said he’s excited to see the car go to someone soon. “Just seeing my hard work get to go out there and knowing that I did a good job on it and somebody gets to have a car for a good price,” said Morrison.

The class is putting the finishing touches on the P.T. Cruiser before it’s raffled off.

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