An Automotive Technology Certificate in Customization and Restoration will focus on the restoration and customization of classic cars and trucks. Your training will involve hands-on experiences in all aspects in creating a classic vehicle into a work of art. Each year the college restores a classic car which becomes the face of the transportation division.
You may find yourself working on that project or it is acceptable to work on a project of your own. The two-year program consists of two semesters of automotive technology and two semesters of auto body training. You will be taught by highly qualified instructors with national reputations in classic car restoration and customization. If you want to learn classic car restoration and customization from the best, this is the place to learn how to make a career doing what you love.
What's New in Classic Car Restoration
Tickets on sale for MPCC Raffle Car
Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 North Platte Community College Raffle Car. A kick-off for the raffle is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon Friday during the NEBRASKAland Days Antique Car Display in Memorial Park in North Platte.
MPCC unveils 2016 custom car
The 2016 Mid-Plains Community College raffle car is a 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe.
The car was unveiled Friday morning on the North Platte Community College North Campus - officially kicking off NPCC’s 50th anniversary Alumni Weekend celebration.
Customization and Restoration Certificate
800-658-4308 ext. 3644
Auto Body Instructor
800-658-4308 ext. 3643
North Platte Community College - North Campus
1101 Halligan Dr.
North Platte, NE 69101
A graduate with an Automotive Technology Certificate in Customization and Restoration will have the skills and knowledge to gain employment with those companies who perform classic vehicle restoration. Salaries will be based on individual skill level and attention to detail.
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Automotive Technology Diploma, Customization & Restoration Certificate
Electives to be considered include classes in business, communication, computers, electronics, diesel technology and others with the approval of an advisor. A business management class is strongly recommended.