[T3] New video update for 72 Fastback
dlstiefel at dekalbk12.org
Wed Dec 22 07:11:55 PST 2010
Yes I have the same problem. We may not have as much road salt issue but we
have plenty of humidity here in the south. Still waiting on the body guy to
work me in. We just keep knocking the rust back off every time it comes
back. It's not as bad now that winter is here and the doors are all closed
and the heaters are on. The rust hasn't come back since then.
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Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 10:20 PM
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Subject: Re: [T3] New video update for 72 Fastback
In a message dated 12/21/2010 11:03:09 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
dlstiefel at dekalbk12.org writes:
My body guy is using some kind of epoxy primer on mine but I don't know
brand. I'll ask him next time I talk to him. I don't for see it going
outside anytime soon except to move from one shop to another within the
school and when we sand blast it and most of that is done now.
Well I use it, because I live in the "salt belt" where it's humid most of
the time. Around here 2 hours after sandblasting, rust can start on it's
own. :O Mine's in the shop, and out of the weather, but I did this for long
term reasons, plus it's a great foundation to build on for use with modern
Bob 65 Notch S with sunroof and IRS (Krusty)
71 Notch (Krunchy)
64 T-34 Ghia (Wolfie)
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