Street Rod and Custom Fabrication – Get Trained at WyoTech
Posted Thursday, Oct 13, 2011 by
People have taken an interest in custom fabrication because of shows like “Pimp My Ride,” “American Chopper,” and “Overhaulin.” These shows are popular because they highlight the skills and talents of the people who work in the field of custom fabrication.
You may be familiar with the following:
Chopping a top
- Frenching antennas and tail lights
- Fabrication and installing hidden pin hinges, including suicide doors
- Fabrication motorcycle tanks and fenders
- Fabrication aluminum lift-off Carson style hard top
- Converting a four-door vehicle into a two-door
- Extending the cab on a pick-up truck
- Achieving the correct contour
WyoTech’s Street Rod and Custom Fabrication specialty course, students get to drill down on the techniques and methods used to customize vehicles from the top down — and bottom up. Students become familiar with the basic techniques of applying specialized sheet metal fabrication to customize vehicles.
And the great thing about WyoTech training is that students learn from instructors who know the business inside and out because they’ve worked in the industry. Students gain first-hand knowledge and insights directly from instructors who can inspire them to get the job done.
Interested in learning more about WyoTech’s Street Rod and Custom Fabrication specialty course? Contact us today for more information about the training and WyoTech campuses that offer the program.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, please visit our website at www.wyotech.edu/disclosures.