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Collision Repair Department Scheduling Appointments for Vehicle Work


The Collision Department is looking for students and faculty with vehicles in need of minor collision work. Vehicles must be a 1998 model year or newer. Vehicles with small dents are needed; door-skin and quarter-panel jobs also are sought. No rust work will be accepted. The shop rates are $6 an hour for body work and $22 an hour for paint work; there also is a $7 lab fee for each vehicle. If you are interested, please stop by CAL, Room 165, for a free estimate during the posted work-study hours on the main doors.

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