As I progress on the restoration of my 71 2+2, the engine, transmission and IRS are all complete and sitting awaiting the rework of the body. I am lucky in that, as far as I am aware, there are no major rust areas to deal with. The PO took it back to bare metal and guaranteed it to be rust free.
Time will tell though.
Since I’ve had the car, it has been stored in some less than ideal areas. Sometimes we just have to deal with life events as they come to us.
I am going to be taking the lower interior and underside down to bare metal. My assumption is that there will be rust in the seams and I’m looking for ways to neutralize places that are inaccessible before priming it with an acid safe DTM epoxy primer.
There are many items available Evaporust and others with phosphoric acid in them. I’ve used the Klean-Strip prep and etch before and have been pleased with it.
Not to keep beating a dead horse. Just looking for thoughts and advice from those that have been through this.