I have a follow up question on this restoration project. I am approaching the end of my rust repair work and will need to apply some body filler around the patched areas. Going to use Evercoat Rage Ultra 125. Should i lay down the SPI Epoxy Primer first or do the body filler first?
Still in Metal work. Probably another month of weekend warrior work. Unless you want to see amatuer metal work here is a link to the Before Pictures .72 TR6 before pictures.Future picture without the Rubber bumpers. (that is the color i am going to paint it with SPI clear. Just purchased some Evercoat Rage Ultra for the filler when for after the SPI Black Epoxy is laid down.
Wow man, You got your work cut out for you. Looking good though, and little man there helping is awesome! Be sure to add gussets to those lower A-arm mounts, I promise you'll be glad you did! It's maroon, that's a fairly rare color anymore, same color as the '69 I had. Now I have a '74 that I got pulled off of when the corvette came in, so it's a future project. Everybody loves a Tr6, gets more interest than jags and porsches!
Btw... The '69 I had, I painted it a ford black metallic ...this would have been in the 80's, with a white top, white tonneau, flip down headrests and white piping in the black carpets. It was a wonderful car, girls REALLY liked it!
It's called Corrosion Block. It's a marine/aviation grease that's waterproof, but it has many uses. Google that one, it's related to corrosionX and acf50. All fantastic products. The steering column piece after I stripped it just looked like it should be polished