This outfit is not far from where I live. Unfortunately I don't "allow" my
vehicles to rust so I can't try them out. :-)
'79 Spitfire (original owner)
From: Fred Thomas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2000 1:53 PM
Subject: new product
This is listed in "Old Car Weekly" and I quote from the article
"Rustbusters"wire feed spray welder allows the shop to repair rusted areas
faster than cutting a panel out and welding a new one in. No bondo,
fiberglass, or patch panels, By spraying pure metal onto the sandblasted
areas, rust holes are filled in, while the surrounding area is galvanized.
The metal bonds mechanically to cars body at 40,00 lbs. PSI, and can be
applied as fine as one thousandth of an inch to one foot thick, the method
can be used anywhere metal rusts.
PO box 341
Clackamas, OR 97015
This should be a big help for the restorer if the price is allowable. "FT"