RESTORATION LEARNING CENTER – Restore It or Preserve It?
The major steps in the restoration of a collector vehicle are taught in the museum’s Restoration Learning Center. There are four vehicles on display. One vehicle represents the ideal restoration project, another is in preserved original condition, the third is totally restored and the fourth is an example of a car that could be restored or preserved. Video descriptions are used in support of various processes for the restoration.
Visitors, especially students of all ages, are going to have the chance to touch, feel, see and experience the restoration process with real life samples.
Learning opportunities include: Engines, chassis, photography,
cataloging, documentation, body paint, chrome, upholstery
The Restoration Learning Center is open during museum hours.
Call 610.432.4200 x10 to book field trips or group tours!
Restoration Learning Center Made Possible by the Following Contributors…
Nicola Bulgari – Collectors Foundation – PPL –
Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association – Air Products
Outstanding Dedication and Support
Keith Flickinger, Precision Motor Cars, Inc.
Our Focus Real life study - the world of classic cars
and how they are restored today
- Building a restoration learning center that can inspire
children and young adults to pursue a career in the automotive
- To provide a hands-on learning environment that will
educate young adults on the intricacies of the mechanical
and creative processes involved in vehicle restoration.
- Cataloging of Parts
- Body Paint