Besides actually taking a car apart and putting it back together. I can't afford that. I want to attend a mechanic school/program in Los Angeles that is highly acclaimed...academically, but don't want to regret going there, such as Wyotech, UTI and other highly priced schools. I would most likely like to work on cars as a hobby and not a career.
What is a good school to learn how to restore cars? on 2000 Mitsubishi Diamante
by Brian Roldan in Compton, CA on April 12, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by globalhelper , April 13, 2012
if you are in school look into getting credit for an apprenticeship program working at a local auto shop for free. hands on exp. its the best
COMMENT by Brian Roldan , April 13, 2012
Yes! but how likely would a shop owner actually just let another person be around the shop while they're busy. Wouldn't that distract their train of thought?
COMMENT by globalhelper , April 14, 2012
you never know until u ask,i have had several