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Venture Crew 217


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Rochester Institute of Technology


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Treasurer: Eric Shelleman


Scout Hopes To Soar With Restored Porsche

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Eric Shelleman, 17, has his 1985 Porsche 944 painted at National Auto Collision Center, which added the black racing stripe.With the help of friends and local businesses, he is restoring the car to sell it and donate proceeds to charity.Eric paid about $1,500 a year ago for the car with the badly patched dings, terrible paint job and tattered interior.Restoration proved a tempting challenge for the aspiring engineer and a few of his friends."I've been a Legos kid ever since I was little," he says with a grin.Then he realized it would make a cool Eagle Scout project.Among requirements for earning Boy Scouts' highest rank is planning, developing and leading an effort that benefits the community, a school or a religious institution.To get professional work done, Eric knocked on doors.Eric and friends have installed dashboard padding and new carpet, but they have more interior work to do before the car is finished.Eric, immersed in the engineering curriculum at Middleton, hopes to earn his degree from Rochester Institute of Technology in New York.The project has inspired him to specialize in automotive engineering.He hopes to get as much as $8,000 from the sale, reclaim his investment and turn the rest over to Easter Seals.That's the chosen charity of Venture Crew, of which he's a member.That branch of Scouts gravitates toward more extreme adventures, such as white-water rafting, scuba diving and parasailing.He then plans to make his case before the Eagle Scout review board.Eric already has won the admiration of Linda Farmer, body shop manager at National Auto Collision Center.


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