Project Frankenstein: Snyder Auto Students Restore Station Wagon
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Project Frankenstein: Snyder Auto Students Restore Station Wagon

Students from Snyder Middle and High School in Snyder, TX, are restoring a 1963 Ford Falcon station wagon.

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Students from Snyder Middle and High School in Snyder, TX, are restoring a 1963 Ford Falcon station wagon.

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From Josie Musico’s article on the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal website:

Some young auto enthusiasts are learning about cars and jobs.

In Project Frankenstein, a group of Snyder Middle and High School students meet weekly to restore a 1963 Ford Falcon station wagon. The autobody apprentices spend their Tuesday nights downtown at the Auto Clinic painting, welding and refurbishing.

When A-J Media caught up with them last week, the vehicle resembled more of an empty shell. Eventually, it will have a new front end — including a motor — and nearly everything else. A finishing touch will be an eye-touching paddleboard on top.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the restoration project on the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal website.

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