Thanks! Sure, once I get all of my jobs done we can see what’s left, ha.Very nice progress, just remember we have some other jobs lined up for you.....
Don't suppose you want to move to the South?
You might want to consider closed foam sleeping mats for under the carpet as opposed to that chopped up material commonly used under the carpet.Next I continued with the interior removal. I wanted to get it all out so I could be sure to address all rust not only from the outside, but also from the inside. While I was at it, I also wanted to install sound deadener all over the interior so I decided to remove the headliner as well. This was a good couple hours of work but felt good having it all torn down. I had quite a pile of parts in the end and lots of labelled baggies with fasteners. Note that I already have some sound deadener installed. Earlier this summer I tilted the dash down and replaced the HVAC flapper doors. While doing that, I put sound deadener on the firewall and front floor.
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Ha! Luckily she’s really good about giving me “play time”. As long as I also make time for her she’s totally fine with me having my project time.Ya know . . . If you keep spending too much time with the 'projects', the missus might start seeing them in the same light as a mistress
If anything, make sure you clean-up well as she can easily smell when you've been play-in
Yes, that’s why I’m spraying all of the panels that overlap with the weld-through primer. Additionally, once it’s all welded and painted I will be spraying cavity wax in all of the cavities/back sides of panels and that will give everything an additional level of protection.So do you need to treat that flange area to keep moisture from building up in the seam?