Classic Car Restoration - Automotive Training

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Turn your interest in classic cars into a lifelong career.

If you already enjoy restoring and working with classic cars and vintage automobiles, the Classic Car Restoration training program at Ohio Technical College can help you gain real-world skills that can translate into a great career. This program emphasizes the history and tradition behind classic car restoration, while also teaching students more about today’s modern automotive technologies.

Within this comprehensive program, you can learn more about topics such as:

  • Engine and drive train
  • Ignition and fuel systems
  • Metalworking
  • Upholstery and trim
  • Welding
  • Damage repair
  • Suspension and chassis
  • Painting and refinishing
  • Final assembly and testing

Within the growing field of classic and antique car restoration, professionals with a comprehensive and practical education can go far.

To help you gain the hands-on skills you can use in your future career, students in this program work with several late-model cars such as a ’57 Chevy, ’64 Pontiac GTO, ’54 Dodge Royale, ’70 Dodge Charger, ’72 Dodge Challenger and a ’68 Mercury Cougar.

If you’re ready to gain specialized knowledge and expertise in the car restoration field, OTC can help you get started. If working with classic cars is one of your favorite interests, why not turn it into your career?

AAS in Restoration

Associate of Applied Science in Restoration
Hands on training for passionate car restorers

Our Associate of Applied Science in Classic Car Restoration Technology adds an academic component to automotive restoration. It’s a comprehensive program designed for students with a passion for classic and muscle car restoration.

Restoration courses include:

  • Engine and drivetrain restoration
  • Ignition
  • Fuel and exhaust system tuning
  • Metalworking
  • Upholstery and trim restoration
  • Welding
  • Damage repair
  • Suspension and chassis restoration

Graduates with an automotive restoration degree from Ohio Technical College can be prepared for entry-level positions in collision repair, classic restoration, fabrication and more.

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