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Wizard Schools of Fabrication Pics

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by wizfab, Feb 8, 2006.

  1. wizfab

    wizfab Registered Member

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    Just thought you would all like to see some pics of the various projects we have going on. This first one is my '74 Chevy that we are turning into a rock crawler.

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    Here's a later model Chevy that one of the student teams is turning into a prerunner / 1450 race truck. It will have a 4-linked rear and custom long A-arms up front.

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    Are those "revolver" shackles on the older one?
     
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    No, they just kind of look like revolvers in that one pic.

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    Here's another Chevy that one of the student teams is building. This one is a little further along because the class is further into their semester. It looks like this one should turn out really cool.

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    New School Pics

    Here's some pics of the new Riverside Ca. school.

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    Wow,nice set-up...
     
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    Thanks walla2k5, That is the new school that opened in Jan. The class can hold 48 students and has welders and tools for everyone. I will try and post pics with a full class with Danny Porter and Chris Begley teaching.
    The Wizard..........:D

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    Here are some more pics from the Phoenix school. One truck and two buggy frames.

    The Wizard...

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    wow...setups, better than the laramie wyotech. (i ended coming home early due to money issues)... but now the question is..do i go back or choose a different school?wizards..? hehe:)
     
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    Hey PeteH, I have quit a few grads from there, and they all seem to like our hands on teaching better. To learn more, go to our website and join the forum so you can talk to the students. Later.
    The Wizard.............:D

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    Looks cool! I am attending Wyotech in Laramie right now, and I like it alot, but I may also look into this when I am done here.
     
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    It's good that you like the classes you are taking at Wyotech. Theres nothing worse than doing something you don't like. I'm sure that you would enjoy our program as well, so if you are in are area, stop by and take a tour.
    The Wizard.......
     
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    i've looked a pics of your guys' stuff and looks good. i remember when i saw an ad for you guys a long time ago.. now you guys have become pretty big. thats awsome. hands on teaching is always good too.:D wytch had little hands on.
     
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    Here's a picture of a sand car that I built, it has a 632 ci chev. Frame is 304 stainless steel.

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    Some more pics. of the school in Ca.

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    here's more pics.

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    so cool..
     

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