Hi, Bob! If you don't have access to a torch to braze on some patches
where the rot is, a couple layers of fiberglass cloth and resin would work
just fine until you do. A fiberglass patch would also help keep the parts
from rusting further.
Havelock, NC USA
'73 Midget GAN5UD126009G "OO NINE"
'66 BJ8 HBJ8L/36666 "TARHEELY"
'63 BJ7 HBJ8L/20111 "HEALEYUM"
"It is better to remain silent, and be thought a fool
than to speak, and remove all doubt" -- Mark Twain
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: spridgets@Autox.Team.Net; healeys@Autox.Team.Net
> Subject: Rust bucket (seats)
> Date: Wednesday, January 07, 1998 6:13 PM
> I have acquired some very rusty seats, both pan and back, for the Mark I
> Sprites. The rust on the pans, particularly, is significant to the
> point of rot in a few places. On the principle that nothing on a Sprite
> is so bad that it should be thrown away (well, almost), I would like to
> resurrect these parts, and would throw the question out for advice. For
> example, how about strengthening them with fiberglass?
> Bob Evans
> Anaheim, California