This workshop is run by Mott Community College (MCC).
MCC is named after automotive pioneer C.S. Mott and located in Flint,
Michigan, the heart of America's automotive history.
This workshop is ideal for those who have always wanted
to build a Mark IV Roadster or '33 Hotrod of their own, or want to learn more about
state-of-the-art performance car design, engineering and assembly.
Our team of industry professionals includes Automotive
Technology Instructors, certified automotive mechanics, experienced racecar
drivers and hard-core racing enthusiasts.
now in our three day replica car building workshop and you'll
get the chance to assemble a Mark IV Roadster or '33 Hotrod kit from bare frame to
- Learn how to organize and manage the process
of constructing a replica kit car by actually assembling a car!
- Learn about the following automotive concepts
- steering and suspension systems
- actual chassis wiring layout including vehicle
instrumentation and lighting
- brake systems design and layout
- actual fiberglass body finish and paint preparation
- safe shop practices
Classes will be held at Livingston
Center, a high tech facility dedicated to the engineering
and design of automobile application.
Class size is limited to
ensure personal instruction.
Due to liability issues, participants will not be allowed to operate the vehicle. Instructors will demonstrate the success of the project.