Here are some of the cool things going on in Collision Repair Technology
This year the Collision repair program put on a display at the Susquehanna Valley Mall, we displayed one of last years projects as well as the Sun-tech give away car, and our student training vehicle a 2000 Chevy Impala donated by General Motors and Carl Haga Chevrolet.
Here is Nate Bitting And Josh Lipko performing final Masking of Nate’s 1979 AMX, masking is critical for a top quality paint finish on a vehicle. Also this brings anther cool befit to enrolling in collision repair, if you are a student in collision repair you have the opportunity to repair your own vehicle as long as you maintain good grades and help out with school projects.
STATE OF THE ART FRAME REPAIRS USING COMPUTERIZED DAMAGE ANALYSIS AND REPAIR VERFICATION
Here is Harry Bell performing state of the art clamping and pulling on a 1998 Pontiac transport. This vehicle was precised by SUN-tech for learning purposes, each year the school does this to give student first hand experience repairing late model vehicles. After completely repairing the vehicle it will put into service at the school.
Ronald McDonald House of Geisinger Medical Center Danville Pa., Raffles off a vehicle each year, to help raise money for the children of the McDonald house. This year SUN Tech Collision Repair is helping out by repairing and refinishing a 1982 Chevy Malibu with a mileage of 2200. This vehicle will be raffled off in august 2001.