The Factory Five Build School at Mott Community College’s M-TEC Center in Howell, Michigan, will let 12 students build a Factory Five Mk4 Roadster or 1933 hot rod over three days, Nov. 12-14.
At the end of the three-day seminar, attendees will know everything about the Factory Five design, according to the company, which will reimburse $500 of the school’s tuition toward the purchase of any Factory Five component kit. The Build School aims to accomplish several things, according to Factory Five:
- After three days attendees will know everything there is to know about building a Factory Five and whether or not this is a project they should consider doing.
- By building the car with other students, under the direction of professional instructors, attendees will learn tricks and tips that will make building their own car easier and allowing them to do a higher quality job.
- Each graduating class exchanges contact information and each graduate earns a Certificate of Completion.
With a focus on all aspects of the build, from donor car disassembly to body prep and paint, the instructors at the build school tailor each seminar to the skills and background of the individual students in attendance, according to Factory Five.
For more information, visit http://www.factoryfive.com/roadster/build/school.html.