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Old 06-24-2003, 12:45 PM   #21
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I say 'fissit'.
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Old 06-24-2003, 02:06 PM   #22
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I would say you should sand that rust down and put some primer and some near matching paint on that area so it doesnt completely rust off... That should only run you about 20 bucks for primer paper and paint. Paint being 10$ a can and so on. If that rusts all the way thru you will have a big problem on your hands.
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My opinion on the rust. . .

Get a compressor and die grinder as soon as you can.....and bust that baby down to steel. Dont worry about paint, take all the rust off you can see. ANd i mean ALL of it, inside and outside.

It may just be easier to cut out a big whole and add in a patch piece.

But you'll want to use etching primer on the rust after its done (DONT LET IT GET WET WATER WILL GO RIGHT TROUGH AND RUST AGAIN! And withing weeks of the new paint on it.) Then coat it will expoxy primer. Then with a regular primer to bring it up and work out the shape. Then paint etc.

Thats basically what we did on my rear areas. Theres only one spot of rust were it was really bad (right above the exhaust pipes near the edge of the trunk). We'll have to keep an eye on it. But we added years to the car.
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Old 06-24-2003, 02:35 PM   #24
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Thanks guys for the suggestions on the rust, but it is a big a$$ hole and sanding it won't help. I think the best way to get rid of it and keep it away for a good while is to replace the panel. I'll do it, as soon as I get whatever it will cost, I'm doing it...this summer.
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Man that Sig pic is awesome...
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Thanks!

It was taken a split second before I ran over a ricer, from his point of view.
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Old 06-24-2003, 03:12 PM   #27
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Mean looking I need some eye brows..
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That'* why I made them...gave it more attitude

They're pretty easy to make, you should do it.
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They are pretty slick, did you just use the regular touch up paint, or some factory paint? I'm also tempted to try something like that but with the chrome spray, or chrome tape they have at JC Whitney... Chrome eyelids anyone?
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My car is almost chrome delete. It would make more sense to do body color like 94.
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