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Discussion in '1947-1954' started by RidesWithYah, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. 52wasp

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    Tin Worms. My truck had 'em too. You have to get ALL of them, or they come back. My employer spreads Tin Worm eggs on the parking lot every winter. They are off-white, and crystalline in appearance. Like Goonies (I just typed Goonies), they get out of hand when you add water.
     
  2. RidesWithYah

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    $500 worth of Dynacorn sheet metal.

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    Stripping... IMG_1378.JPG IMG_1379.JPG IMG_1380.JPG
     
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  5. 52wasp

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    Just make sure when you are done, you properly rinse/flush EVERY seam, nook and cranny. Read up on the proper steps to neutralize the paint remover. You'll be glad you did later, after paint. Looking good!
     
  6. Zig

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    Ahhh, a good case of patina!
    I’m so glad my truck was in such solid shape. I would have never been able to fix that much.
    Good luck!
     
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