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SEMA Offers Look into Aluminum-Bodied Vehicles

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Oct. 30, 2014—SEMA Show attendees who want a first glimpse at the construction of an aluminum truck can gain hands-on access to the truck body at the Ford Customer Service Division Booth (No. 16021) in the Westgate Las Vegas Resort.

The booth is located in the same hall as show registration, and directly across the hallway from where Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meetings will be held on Nov. 6.

Those who are looking to gain more information about the repairability to the vehicle, necessary tooling and equipment, and training options, will be able to catch free educational sessions individually hosted by the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) and I-CAR each day of the show. Both organizations will welcome members of the Ford Service Engineering team onto the Collision Repair & Refinish Stage in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), as they present on the 2015 Ford F-150 Collision Repair Program.

The opportunity for those to learn more about aluminum repair can attend a seminar on Tuesday afternoon from 12:30–2:30pm. One of the most popular new sessions in this year's Repairer Driven Education (RDE) series will feature Larry Montanez of P&L Consultants presenting "Aluminum Repair Procedures, Techniques and Requirements."

Registration will be available onsite.

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