WyoTech students learn basic specialized sheet metal fabrication techniques. WyoTech students learn basic specialized sheet metal fabrication techniques. WyoTech students learn basic specialized sheet metal fabrication techniques.

In our Street Rod and Custom Fabrication course, you'll study the techniques used to customize vehicles and create works of art. You'll become familiar with basic specialized sheet metal fabrication techniques as applied to customizing vehicles.

These techniques will include the use of basic hand tools and specialized equipment like the English wheel, power hammer, planishing hammer, bead roller and louver press.

Our custom paint training will cover the application of specialized finishes like pearls and candies. Techniques will be taught for special effects including the layout and design of graphics.

You can enroll in the Street Rod and Custom Fabrication specialty program if you are pursuing these Core Programs: Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology or Collision Refinishing Technology.

Street Rod & Custom Fabrication Specialty Concentration Courses

In this specialty concentration course, you'll study:

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How long does it take to complete our Street Rod & Custom Fabrication Specialty Program?

  • 6 - Month Core Program
  • 3 - Month Specialty Program
  • 9 - Month Diploma or Degree

Campuses that offer the Street Rod & Custom Fabrication Specialty Program*

Core Programs that offer the Street Rod & Custom Fabrication Specialty Program**

* Not all programs and specialties offered at all locations

** At least one core program must be completed along with the student's choice of specialty concentration program in order to satisfy curriculum requirements. Not all programs and specialties offered at all locations.

How much will it cost to complete your training in street rod & custom fabrication

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