I just hauled this ‘66 home today. Unfortunately at the moment I’m stuck working in gravels in a harbor freight carport. I will have partial use of a friends garage but can’t keep things tied up for bigger projects. The plus side is the car has good frame rails, floors replaced, etc. I do think there may be some minor patch work needed around the trunk floor and the toe boards(pictured). I also have to add subframe connectors and hopefully a Fays2 Watts link soon.
I’m going to try to eventually get every accessible piece of sheet metal stripped bare and I want to start coating it. I’m assuming I’m best starting with an epoxy primer. If so, what would be a good brand/source to go with? I’d like to do something like the lizard skin later. I just hate that I can’t get the car on a rotisserie and have everything stripped at once. For the time being it’s not in the cards given my storage problem. I’m going to try to block it up and remove the suspension and lines and make the best of it. Do you guys have any other suggestions or products to try? If I understand the epoxy primer works as a sealer too?