CCC 221: Custom Fabrication and Chassis Design II
The student will continue to build on skills acquired. Class projects will be based on the design and fabrication of suspension components, and the extensive amount of "one of a kind" parts needed to complete a custom vehicle. Working in a team environment, students will establish project guidelines, develop problem-solving skills, and strive to achieve team goals in a timely manner. Past projects such as the "Summer School Chevelle" have been featured on The Learning Channels' "Rides." Other Custom Cars & Concepts vehicles have gained national recognition by receiving awards at the legendary Detroit Autorama, and have been showcased by Ford, Dodge, and General Motors at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Completion of Auto Body Repair certificate with minimum grade of "B" or better in each course; CCC 201 and WAF 215 minimum grade "B"
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