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Ron Covell’s Traveling School of Metalworking Comes To Town

Become a Metal Magician

John Gilbert Sep 29, 2016
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Hey, Chevy guys and gals. Have you ever wanted to learn how to use an English wheel or, for that fact, any of the metalworking skills it takes to make a hood, bomber seats, or fenders from scratch? Every year Ron Covell travels the country with his workshop series. These seminars are a great way to learn new metalworking skills or to brush-up on techniques you may be rusty on, such as TIG welding, hammerforming, or metalshaping. The workshops are hosted by some of the top street rod shops in the nation plus schools that have outstanding automotive metalworking programs, including return visits to Trick Tools in Iowa and the fabulous Museum of American Speed at the Speedway Motors campus in Nebraska.

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2017 Schedule:

1. Workshop classroom location: Trick Tools - Pella, Iowa
March 4 — Building a Buck to Make a Track Nose
March 5 — Building a Track Nose

2. Workshop classroom location: Museum of American Speed — Lincoln, Nebraska
April 22 — Beginning Steel
April 23 — Beginning Aluminum

3. Workshop classroom location: Fatman Fabrications — Charlotte, North Carolina
May 20 — Beading Machine Intensive
May 21 — Complex Metal Shaping

4. Workshop classroom location: Lakeshore College — Cleveland, Wisconsin
June 3 — Beginning Steel
June 4 — Beginning Aluminum

5. Workshop classroom location: Eclectic Motorworks — Holland, Michigan
August 12 — Building a Buck to Make a Track Nose
August 13 — Building a Track Nose

6. Workshop classroom location: New Metal Coach Works — Windsor, California
Sept 9 — Extreme Metal Shaping
Sept 10 — Extreme Metal Shaping

7. Workshop classroom location: Hot Rods & Custom Stuff — Escondido, California
Oct 7 — Beading Machine Intensive
Oct 8 — Complex Metal Shaping

8. Workshop classroom location: Clackamas Community College — Oregon City, Oregon
Nov 18 — Building a Buck to Make a Track Nose
Nov 19 — Building a Track Nose

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The workshops are always held on weekends, and you can register for one day or both. The workshops are given as a lecture-demonstration and are open to people at any level of experience. You can expect a lively day filled with many unexpected questions and personalized answers. There are no prerequisites for any workshop.

The cost is $200 each day, with tasty lunch and informative handouts included. For more information or to register, please go to the Covell website – www.covell.biz – or telephone Ron Covell at (831) 768-0705.

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