The California Automobile Museum offers a wide variety of classes. Below is a list of classes offered by the museum at various times, and please click here for the upcoming classes. For more information on any of these classes, or to request notification for future scheduling, write to email@example.com.
Space is limited and preregistration / payment is required for all classes. Museum admission is included in the class/workshop fee. All-day classes also include lunch in the fee.
Model A Basics & Driving
This class is presented by the Sacramento Capitol A’s car club. It is designed to give students an understanding of Model A constructions, nomenclature, operation and basic maintenance and history. Each student will have the opportunity to drive a Model A!
$85 Non-Member / $75 Member.
Muscle Car Tune-Up
*This is a 2-day workshop. This hands-on workshop is designed for those cars of the 1960s and 1970s. Topics include technical service tips on the cranking systems, engine condition, ignition and advance, base timing, fuel system performance tests and service tips. The class also includes information on parts resources for muscle cars. Students are encouraged to bring their muscle car to class so they can perform tune-up tests and adjustments directly on their vehicle.
$99 Non-Member / $89 Member
Artomotive Photography Workshop
Cameras and cars seem to go together, don’t they? If it’s aiding a sale, documenting restoration, or simply capturing the beautiful design of a vehicle; photography plays an important role to the automotive hobby. In this workshop you will learn tips and techniques for enhancing your automotive photographs. This class is oriented toward digital photography and will include demonstrations on how to use Adobe Photoshop to enhance your photography. Please note that this course assumes that all adult students have an intermediate knowledge of photography and can bring their own camera equipment including a tripod and their cameras user manual.
$45 Non-Member and $35 Members
Youth Basic Engine
This is a hands-on 3 hour class aimed at students 4thgrade and up. Students learn how an engine works by taking apart a Briggs and Stratton one cylinder engine to see how the solids, liquids and gases interact to make it run. Students also get to fire up several different types of engines to see how each gets their specific job done.
For inquiries about any of these classes, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org