Builder Panel Highlights Diversity of Industry

With more than 30 unique offerings in the SEMA360 Education Seminar Program, there are two specific sessions that ARMO members should take note of.

Restomod and Hot-Rod Interior Fabrication – Incorporating Modern Electronics, Thursday, Nov. 5, 12:00 pm – 12:30 p.m. (PST)

With modern electronics playing a larger role in restomod builds, the older styles of padding everything with foam and using screws to attach panels are obsolete. Find out about new interior fabrication techniques and tips to enhance any fabricator’s palate of skills.

Automotive Restoration Builders Panel, Friday, Nov. 6, 10:00am – 10:45 am (PST)

Typically held at the in-person SEMA Show in Vegas, the builders panel seminar is one of the most popular sessions and a favorite among automotive restoration professionals. ARMO members are now invited to join the event as it goes virtual to learn how the restoration business is evolving. Hear from a diverse panel of today’s successful builders as they discuss the challenges of providing customers with the classic looks of a restored vehicle while incorporating modern technology for performance, comfort and connectivity. The panel will be moderated by ARMO select committee member Sabra Johnson, owner of City Classic Cars in Houston, Texas, and feature panelists Dan Short of FantomWorks, Steve Cook of Steve Cook Creations and Art Morrison of Art Morrison Chassis.

Both seminars are available to participants of SEMA360 at no additional cost. Select the seminars when registering for SEMA360, or if you are already registered for the event, access your account to add these seminars. Simply visit www.sema360.com.

View the full SEMA360 Seminar Schedule.