He sanded the inside and outside of the car before it was painted.
“It was fun to do,” Brady said.
The project was completed while working on other projects. One class worked on the cars for six weeks, while the other had three weeks to complete them.
The collision repair class also enlisted help from students in the HVAC and STEM programs at LeCroy to create the engine components. STEM students created some of the components using a 3D printer. Duren said he hopes the class can complete six cars next time, so that a student at every elementary school in Chilton County Schools will receive one.