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09-27-2012 06:19 PM
kingofny1997 Lol, its funny cuz in this video i said at the end its a nova incase you dont believe me and show the dash, 73 that's correct, floor are good and strong only one needed for a change is driver side floor which is cracked and coming off...

Tell me if what I'm gonna do their is anything wrong or advice on something else I should do thanks

-Sand the whole thing down 40-60 grit
- vacuum all the dust and sanded stuff
-Marine Clean the whole floor and scrub ALITTLE with a scoth Brite
-rinse off
-let dry
-Vinegar and water mix to kill rust or phosphoric acid
-wash off
-let dry
-POR-15 time all over 24 dry
-redcoats again by the way I got the semi gloss black ...looks better than silver

YouTube - Chevy nova floors good Por-15 Ready
09-27-2012 04:34 PM
novafreek6872 Looks like a 73 or 74 nova. Correct? Floors look good from here

09-27-2012 07:47 AM

Will defently look into that
09-27-2012 06:51 AM Home Depot has it in plastic jugs. In their paint section along with paint thinners etc. I can't remember their brand name (old timers disease!). Greenish liquid. Packaged in a rectangular plastic jug. I always called it "ospho". I keep a jug on hand in the shop.
09-27-2012 06:41 AM
Por-15 my floors

Whats up hotrodders, just wanted to know I cleaned all of the gunck, deadner,and dust,sticky,whatever on the floor that the carpet and deader left, vacuumed all the dust that was made by sanding 40-60 grit, then I know next process is marine clean (which is a strong degreaser), but I didnt get the metal prep , what is a subsitute for metal prep?? (phosphoric acid?? Vinegar & water mix??). Help don't really wanna sit and wait all these days for it to come in when I can maybe subsitute at home depot

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