Ramey Womer, far right, an engineer with UMI Performance of Philipsburg, talks to car show attendees on Saturday about UMI's 1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, which placed second in a national autocross race. UMI, a manufacturer of suspension parts, hosted the car show at the Moshannon Valley bowl, which was free to the public.
Ramey Womer, far right, an engineer with UMI Performance of Philipsburg, talks to car show attendees on Saturday about UMI's 1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, which placed second in a national autocross race. UMI, a manufacturer of suspension parts, hosted the car show at the Moshannon Valley bowl, which was free to the public. CDT photo
Ramey Womer, far right, an engineer with UMI Performance of Philipsburg, talks to car show attendees on Saturday about UMI's 1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, which placed second in a national autocross race. UMI, a manufacturer of suspension parts, hosted the car show at the Moshannon Valley bowl, which was free to the public. CDT photo

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