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Gutting The Interior Not Fun!

Kineticz02

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I gutted the interior. removed all of the seats & seatbelts.. I have yet to remove the headliner and center console. gutted the trunk as well. I have to head to work so im gonna contemplate my options on how to fix these rust spots if anyone has any suggestions please feel free to comment!

spare tire rust

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trunk rust

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Driver side floor pan rust

20140501_140534_zpsmidzv95x.jpgrear seat and arch rust

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driver side rear floor pan

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passenger side rear floor pan rust20140501_135605_zpsn9cy1via.jpg



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I had rust on both front floorboards and the spare tire well on my '76.  I just cut the metal out and welded in plate steel to replace all.   We used butt joints then ground the seam with a grinding wheel.  The replacement metal was then rustproofed.  You can't tell where the old metal stops and new metal begins.  I had a welder do the work and it costs about $200.

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