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Course Title
Auto Body Restration


This course covers safety, tools and advanced body repair and restoration. Topics include shop safety, damage analogies, tools and equipment, advanced repair techniques and material selection.


Upon completion of this class the student will be able to correctly use equipment used in the restoration of vehicles to repair and restore a vehicle.


Safety glasses or goggles Ear plugs Air Fittings Aro type 1/4'” male N.P.T. NAPA Type “B” NTH 90-618 6” rubber sanding block 17” file board Spreaders (for body filler) Automotive spray paint respirator Materials Students Responsible for     Basic hand tools to support the vehicle project student is working on Body pack hammer Body dolly DA Sander Angle die grinder with grinder disk Air Blowgun ¼” drive socket set-standard and/or metric 3/8” drive socket set-standard and/or metric combination wrench set-standard 7/16-9/16 combination wrench set-metric 6mm-16mm Screw driver-common, phillips, torx Ball peen hammer Supplies provide by CPCC Masking paper Wax paper Use of school air tools Prep wipe towels Rules Class will start and end on time Students must furnish their own personal hand tools Students must furnish their own supplies Personal cars will not be allowed to remain in the shop after Saturday’s class due to limited space Students are required to clean the shop after Saturday’s class The Auto Body Department at CPCC is not responsible for tools, parts and supplies left on the premises Students are to furnish their own safety equipment (i.e.-safety glasses, respirators, work gloves, etc.) Students are not allowed to use any tools or equipment unless they are properly trained Students are not allowed to use CPCC’s equipment unless given permission and supervised by the instructor (i.e.-frame machine, welding equipment, etc.) Students are only allowed to work on one car at a time in the shop   Plastic Body filler (Bondo) and hardener Polyester body filler and hardener Duct tape Urethane primer, reducer, hardener Epoxy primer and activator Automotive Paint masking tape Paint 6” round self-adhesive sandpaper (80 and 180 grit) 17” file board sandpaper (80 and 180 grit) Other supplies needed for your project



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