Edward Little High School student Elliott Hill, right, checks out the 1932 Ford Deuce on Thursday morning in the garage at Lewiston Regional Technical Center at Lewiston High School. Owner Rick Dionne of Leeds is framed by the door window. Members of the National Street Rod Association’s State of Maine Safety Team and hot rod enthusiasts brought their street rods to teach students about performing an inspection on street-legal hot rods and talk cars. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Frank Barron, right, chief inspector of the National Street Rod Association’s State of Maine Safety Team, talks Thursday morning with Lewiston Regional Technical Center automotive students in the garage at Lewiston High School. For the sixth year in a row, Barron, other members of his team and hot rod enthusiasts brought their street rods to teach students about performing an inspection on street-legal hot rods and talk cars. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Kaleb Langlois, left, and Mason Dubois, back right, check out the 1946 Studebaker M5 of Dana Bradbury on Thursday morning in the garage at Lewiston Regional Technical Center at Lewiston High School. The Oak Hill High School students enrolled automotive program were working with volunteers from the National Street Rod Association’s State of Maine Safety Team and hot rod enthusiasts who brought their vehiclesto teach students about performing an inspection on street-legal hot rods and talk cars. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Nick Lagassee, inspector for the National Street Rod Association’s State of Maine Safety Team, goes over a checklist Thursday morning with Lewiston Regional Technical Center automotive student Jacob Morse of Lisbon under Lagassee’s 1941 Pontiac in the center’s garage at Lewiston High School. For the sixth year in a row, members of the safety team and hot rod enthusiasts brought their vehicles to teach students about inspecting street-legal hot rods and talk cars. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

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