75 MGB ROADSTER
This is a project that the students worked on in the lab. It started out as a stock MG, the students replaced the convertible top to start. The students then replaced the motor and transmission with one from a 95 camaro.
The hood in this photo was custom built by Dillon Oxton in order to make clearance for the engine. Dillon took a 2001 Toyota hood from a Tacoma pick up and sectioned it onto the MG hood…Amazing work!!!!
Below is a picture of the finished product, great work by a great group of students.
Below is the finished engine bay with the Camaro engine installed. The car rides and drives like a dream, the students in this class take great pride in what they do and it shows in this project.
Below, Matt Coffin is getting ready to enter the booth for refinishing.
below:Tim Chase is building repair panels for his Jeep Cherokee.
Below: Shelby gets advice on how to stripe her hood project.
Below: Sam Lear buffs and details a customers car for delivery.
Below: Dillon and John.
Below: Grant and Brandon work with students from a nearby school during our 5th grade visitation. Grant shows students how to fix dents in a deck lid while Brandon shows students how to properly detail a vehicle for delivery.
Pictured below are some of the body panels that students in the Auto Collision class refinished at the first of the year. This project gives students the chance to get a feel for the way refinish products are applied as well as the order in which they are applied. Students learn how to operate the spray booth and fresh air system in this unit of study as well.
Fender painted by Grant Queener (above).
Hood refinished by John Whitham (above)
Aaron Tripp refinished this hood (above)
This hood was done by Dillon Oxton in memory of his grandfather (above)