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'79 Buick LeSabre will race again!

Christian Rheinisch wanted to start an auto racing club for Cal Poly. His buddy had an old, beat-up, unused car just sitting around. Rheinisch was told, "If you can make it turn right, it's yours." Rheinisch is now the founder and president of the Cal Poly Industrial Technology Racing Division, and intends to fix up the old 1979 Buick LeSabre and take it out to a racetrack. And he is getting a lot of attention for his project.


 


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