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Second year students will continue to hone their skills in auto collision repair. The art of taping, covering, and painting vehicles in an air-controlled, downdraft paint booth will be experienced. Color matching, tinting, and blending techniques are explored. Students will experience setting up, measuring, and pulling uni-body and full-framed vehicles on the frame bench. They will make necessary non-structural and structural repairs as needed to bring collision damaged vehicles back to a like new condition. Assessment and repair cost estimation are integral parts of auto collision repair and will be covered, along with welding and welding techniques. As an auto collision repairperson, you would have local, regional, and statewide employment opportunities.
Acceptance is based on successful completion of Automotive Collision Repair I and instructor recommendation.
Advisory members: Stan Morgan-Broadway Collision, Stan Bumpus-Western Maine Classics, Matthew Kiley-Viking Motors, Ken... more
This course is held at Oxford Hills Comprehensive HS in room A118.
Course ID: 1076