Petersen Museum Students Continue Jeep Build

July 1, 2021

The Petersen Automotive Museum’s Teen Auto Workshop, supported by Quadratec, is a program for high school students to learn the basics of automotive mechanics while working on a car in the museum’s collection.

During this session, eight students have met once a week for eight weeks to learn about the various parts of a car while performing repairs and upgrades on this 2001 Jeep Wrangler.

Watch the video above to see the students install a lift kit on their project vehicle.