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    Caleb Parlin, a student in the automotive class at Spruce Mountain High School in Jay, smooths a part welded into the trunk of a 1953 Bel Air. The class is restoring the vehicle, which could take time to finish.

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    Students in the automotive class at Spruce Mountain High School in Jay work on restoring a 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air.

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    Instructor Nathan Dana, left, holds a paper template while Casey Gould traces around it onto flat steel and Jakobe Herrera watches. The students are learning how to make panels from scratch while restoring a 1953 Bel Air in the automotive class at Spruce Mountain High School.

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    Garrett Hunt cuts a piece of flat steel during an automotive class at Spruce Mountain High School in Jay. Also seen from left are Jakobe Herrera, Casey Gould and Matt Fenlason.

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