Sounds OK to me. But I added a coat of spray undercoating to the
floorpan and covered it with a layer of aluminum foil before I layed
down the carpeting. I dare it to rust now!!!!
> Date sent: Wed, 03 Apr 1996 15:39:05 +0500
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> Drat. All these years of not having a garage have done a number on the
> floors of my B. Not rusted through, just a nice even coating of surface
> rust on the inside.
> Looking for advice on how to treat things to minimize the chances of the
> reappearance of rust, or at least maximize the time until its return.
> Since the floor will be carpetted, appearance isn't critical.
> Right now I'm giving it a good wire brushing, which I plan to follow up with
> a dose of naval jelly, and finally a good slathering of rustoleum primer and
> paint. What do y'all think of that? Good enough?
> Jay Tilton | firstname.lastname@example.org | Virginia Tech
Arkansas State University
67 mineral blue MGBGT (saphire) searching for an overdrive
68 red MGB Roadster (ruby) (sold)
72 mallard green MGB Roadster w/overdrive (emerald (emmy))
95 plumb mist Ford Crown Victoria w/engine and suspension package -
my winston cup car (winny)
92 dirty Nissan Stanza (wife's car (no name)) but a great woman
who owned and drove a new MGA (with no name) when she was in
college several (yeh, several for sure) years ago