Doors open at 8:00 am
Demonstrations of various brass repairs including:
Component disassembly (solder detach)
Shape forming molds
Glass panel removal
Hands-on learning opportunities
INSTRUCTOR: Scott Rosenthal
Scott restored and manufactured the brass on his 1912 Towne Car and 1912 Touring (on display in Museum). Making no claim as an authority, he is pleased to share his accumulated knowledge for the purpose of helping other DIYers with thin wall brass restoration, and where required, brass component fabrication.
Up to six participants can bring one brass item ready for restoration. Materials/equipment provided for participants to start the project with Scotts guidance. Description of project required with registration.
$15 Fee for coffee, donuts, boxed lunch
Fee can be paid on site.
Bring a group from your chapter and learn these skills together.
To register, list of motels, or other questions email: ADMIN@MTFCA.COM
or phone 765-373-3106
REGISTRATION LIMITED TO 24 PARTICIPANTS.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: February 24
Thank you to Scott Rosenthal for planning and leading this DIY Seminar.
If you are interested in leading a Vintage Garage Seminar Workshop, please phone 765-373-3106.
MODEL T MUSEUM ANNEX BUILDING
310 N. 8th Street, Richmond, Indiana
Awesome opportunity, thanks Scott Rosenthal for doing this.
I wish I could go, but will be to far away on that day. Bummer, but I am looking forward to more seminars of this type.
Please make some videos of the action & fun to share!
We'll see what we can do to fill that request, Bob!
I would like to attend. Please reserve a space. I have a rubes horn that is in good shape but needs the bulb replaced. Could I bring it?
Thanks, Jon, I've got you on the list. And yes, plan to bring the horn. I'll send you a PM with some additional details.