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Unread 10-13-2006, 07:20 PM   #1
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What do you guys think? Its a 1979 Camero Berlinetta Only problem is on cold mornings it takes two attempts to start it up, other then that its awsome.

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Unread 10-13-2006, 10:32 PM   #2
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dont like cameros much but old ones are an exeption

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I have a question for ya, It needs some body work, what would be a good rough estimate to fix it up, theres rust everywhere, paint is starting to become horrible etc. etc. Are we talking 5K+ or what sort of range are we in?

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Well the only way to really fix rust, is to cut it out/off and weld in new metal.. that year of camaro is terrible for rusting out. I had a 78, that i had to replace both rear quater panels, and doorskins. A tempory fix is to sandblast all the rust off and use a chemical called Osfo that will neutralize the rust and it turns black, then you want to use some ppg anti corrosive primer/sealer you can do your body work right over the primer. Its a big time adhesion promoter. To fill big rust holes you will need fiberglass and or fiberstrand. If your taking it to a body shop for rust repair, you want to make sure they are doing it right and not just slapping body filler over the rust. And yes it can get very expensive. Most production body shops/ones that work on brand new cars, wont even work on older cars like that. You will need to find a body shop thats into resto's ect.
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