SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 43, October 27, 2011

Your Chance to Wrench With West Coast Customs Pros

 

West Coast Customs Experience
SEMA Show attendees can sign up to work hand-in-hand with the pros from West Coast Customs at www.wccexperience.com.

 

The crew from West Coast Customs returns to the 2011 SEMA Show to
provide attendees with the opportunity to customize four Chevrolet
Sonics before the Show is over. The team will offer one class a day in four different areas: audio and video; interior; graphics and
detail; and accessories, wheels and tires.

At the West Coast Customs Experience, located in the Upper South Hall of the SEMA Show, attendees will work hand-in-hand with the crew to build the four Chevrolet Sonics.

Audio & video will cover wiring, fabrication and installation of electronic components in the car. The next class is with Ish in the Interior department. Participants will test their skills on Consew sewing machines and learn tips from Ish on the installation of headliners, pillars and seat covers.

The third class covers vehicle graphics and detailing. Learn the subtle differences in detailing using the West Coast Customs brand of detail products, and the application process of vinyl graphics. Rounding out the classes is the Accessories, Wheel and Tire class. Students here will learn fitment tips, along with installation of Continental Tires on Asanti Rims. Students will also learn techniques to install suspensions before they mount the new wheels and tires.

All of the action will be filmed for an upcoming episode of the hit show "Inside West Coast Customs" on Velocity.

To sign up or for more information, visit www.wccexperience.com.

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