Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Douglasville, GA
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Thanks guys! all good advice, I am settling in for a long haul on it so I want to take my time and do it right. I've got a 67 Chevy stepside truck I am going to run through quickly first just to get some practice on the welding, bodywork, etc... so when I start cutting and welding on this one I'll have a little bit of experience, that's the plan anyway lol....
Right now I'm thinking about the best way to Preserve the GTO in its current state until I can really get started on it, I have been sanding all the surface rust off and spraying it with rustoleom rust reformer and primer. I'm thinking I need to pull the interior out and hit everything I can see or reach with some POR15 when I am done with the exterior. or am I just being overly cautious and should save the work and just leave it be for now until I am ready to work on it?
Is it worth the work to try and preserve it or will it not really get any worse in the next year or two?
Brian, I'll have to see if i can set my shop and camera up like that for a start to finish slide show that would be pretty cool!
Eric, thanks, I hadn't really thought of a torch looks like another one for the Christmas list!
Hope yall had a great Thanksgiving!