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Car club shares vintage autos with students

Published on November 3, 2017 12:01AM

Fifteen Dodge Brothers cars with drivers and friends spent a few hours on Sept. 13 sharing their love of old cars with the younger generations. Darryle Neimi, with the support of the Lower Columbia Classic Car Club, is mentoring an auto-tech class at Warrenton High School. Many students were encouraged to come out and take a look at the cars, which were built from 1922 to 1934. Club members displayed their wooden floor boards, heavy steel frames, no seat belts and simple engines. They took the cars to Tongue Point Job Corps Center, where club members enjoyed a barbecue with students and staff, and again shared their cars and answered questions.

Photo by Susanne Newman, NorthWest Dodge Brothers Car Club

Fifteen Dodge Brothers cars with drivers and friends spent a few hours on Sept. 13 sharing their love of old cars with the younger generations. Darryle Neimi, with the support of the Lower Columbia Classic Car Club, is mentoring an auto-tech class at Warrenton High School. Many students were encouraged to come out and take a look at the cars, which were built from 1922 to 1934. Club members displayed their wooden floor boards, heavy steel frames, no seat belts and simple engines. They took the cars to Tongue Point Job Corps Center, where club members enjoyed a barbecue with students and staff, and again shared their cars and answered questions.

Car club shares vintage autos with students




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