I have frequently visited Ferrari life, but I am now a new member. I am currently a nursing student and will graduate in December with a bachelors degree in nursing, so I am several years away from considering the idea of actually owning a Ferrari but I have interest in Ferrari service work and restoration. I am curious of some opinions regarding ways to learn about Ferrari service and restoration.
The only previous vehicle restoration experience I have is the current project I am working on, a 1966 Land Rover dormobile, which is currently in disassembly, organizing and cleaning as I hope to start with rebuilding the front and rear axles, and possibly the engine this summer, but back to my Ferrari quest.. I would not expect to become a Ferrari mechanic, but I have interest in 'observational learning' from a Ferrari mechanic or restoration shop. I would also not expect to just walk into someone's shop and learn, I would expect to put time in at the shop cleaning or doing shop work (not related to Ferrari or car maintenance), but things such as taking out the garage, scrubbing floors or organization. Is such an idea practical?
Well that is all for now, I do not want to take up too much of any ones time..
Thanks all and have a great day!