Keith Ingersoll, Ypsilanti
Auto Restoration and Automotive Technology student
I earned a degree in journalism and psychology from Rutgers University but I've always had an interest in cars,
thanks to my father who's an amateur drag racer. In addition to studying at WCC. I also work at Classic and Exotic
Services, a Troy-based automotive restoration shop that specializes in pre-WW II vehicles. There's a subtle archeological
slant to restoring cars that I truly love - learning about their past, understanding what makes them tick and uncovering
their unique quirks. It's highly creative and forces you to test the limits of your imagination.
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