Originally Posted by deadbodyman
Sure, its like the other member said its only a car and how much time and money you want to spend on a repair is totally up to you. To start with you have to remove all the undercoating and find ALL the rust or you can,OR you can just hit the spots you see with a wire wheel and convert them.It all depends on how nice you want it ,how long you want it to last and how much time your willing to put into it...
Hey,theres even a guy in town that painted the bottom of his floor to look like diamond plate,it was impressive but not very practical or cheap...
I really want to just remove it all. I figured rust converters were too good to be true.
It may be just a Pinto, but I want to keep the car on the road for a long time. What should I do in the areas where I can't get Ospho/naval jelly or a wire wheel? Like in seams, the 'frame' rails, etc?