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Restoration and Conservation Workshop
Dodge Brothers Coupe 130 Victory Six


Want to use museum-quality techniques on your next restoration project?
Then don't miss this opportunity to "learn from the experts" at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin.
The course instructors are our Restoration Shop professionals.
All workshops include some opportunity for hands-on application of the material covered.
Each course is from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Registration includes a Restoration Manual for all workshops, admission to the Museum on the day of the course, and lunch. Register today for one or all (priority will be given to those booking the full week) of these one-day workshops.

1. Vehicle Restoration Process (Monday, Feb 24, 2003)

Learn how to organize a body-off-frame, museum-quality restoration project. Instructors will demonstrate with a slide show, tour of the museum's Restoration Shop, hands-on identification and inspection of a vehicle appropriate for restoration, and information on how to source parts.

2. Restoration of Wooden Automobile Bodies (Tuesday, Feb 25, 2003)

Gain an understanding of the restoration process required for wooden automobile bodies. Areas covered include the identification of wood types and characteristics, the variety of uses of wood in automobiles and how to develop templates.

3. Metal Finish Repair on Automobile Bodies (Wednesday, Feb 26, 2003)

Learn repair techniques for sheet metal body panels. Instruction focuses on how to make body repairs without the use of body filler, how to apply body solder and how to use a "body file."

4. Surface Preparation, Paints and Finishes (Thursday, Feb 27, 2003)

Gain an understanding of how to prepare, paint and finish surfaces on metal and wood body vehicles to museum-quality standards.

5. Automobile Detailing Techniques (Friday, Feb 28, 2003)

Learn to apply the techniques used to improve the finish and appearance of restored and new vehicles.

We are pleased to offer additional opportunities to take:
Metal Finish Repair on Automobile Bodies
Saturday,Feb 22, 2003
Surface Preparation, Paints and Finishes
Sunday, Feb 23, 2003

Registration Information
Registration commences October 1, 2001. Workshop space is limited.
Call: 780-361-1371 or 1-800-661-4726.
$100 + GST per course (includes lunch)
$450 + GST for all 5 courses (includes lunches)

The Reynolds-Alberta Museum is located 2 km west of Wetaskiwin on Highway 13.
Mailing Address
Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Box 6360
Wetaskiwin, Alberta
T9A 2G1

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