Restoration Laboratory I
Application of restoration techniques to a 1900-1972 vintage automobile. In depth on documenting, researching, proper labeling, removing, fabricating, refurbishing, refinishing, fitting, installing, and detailing all structural, non-structural, mechanical and electrical components and systems. Course work includes additional component projects for broad-based skill development in restoration techniques reflecting the complexity and variety of early automotive operational systems. Emphasis on contest preparation and powertrain disassembly. 3 Credits (0 Lecture - 9 Lab) Prerequisite(s): RST100 and RST101. Corequisite(s): RST202 and RST210 and RST211. Fall Only.
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