:wavey: G'day Mike some pictures would help members give you a better idea of what your up against. Also there are plenty of suppliers that sponsor the site so you should be able to source what you need :anim_25:
Hey good to hear from you, I come accross the pic of the orange tree every once and a while when I am going through pics....and often wonder how you are doing...is the car up and running? I am slowly putting mine together...one peice at a time...things are going well...starting to get cold around here as well, here comes fall and not a moment too soon...to much time on the water this summer and away from the car, well I am back for the winter to work on the car hopefully lots of progress....good to hear from you...keep in touchGee Mike,You havent posted here since August 2nd.Where ya been?:confused0006:
Do you know if it is sold locally? or where to purchase this?Mike, sorry about that underside of hood, but that's the way it was on my Delivery when I bought it in Florida in 1978. As far as your rust issue, it might be an area to use Rust Bullet. You can then sand down to prime and paint.
Be very careful when using any product on metal that you are going to coat with primer. Acid residues left by those products have to be completely neutralized or you will have adhesion problems using epoxy or polyester type primers.Do you know if it is sold locally? or where to purchase this?
You must have meant glass beads and not plastic. Plastic media will remove paint but not rust. The guy might use a combination. Glass beads will warp sheet metal so care has to be taken.. He uses plastic beads that do a nice job removing paint & rust, but won't pit or warp your panels. Jay