Restoration Laboratory II
Application of restoration techniques to a 1900-1972 vintage automobile. Emphasis in engine assembly, structural repair, steering, suspension, and brakes. In depth study 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. 3 Credits (0 Lecture - 9 Lab) Prerequisite(s): RST101. Corequisite(s): RST201 and RST210 and RST211. Fall Only.
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