I am hoping based on experience, people can help me with a bet. My 66 Coupe needs to be stripped and it is winter up here in Northern Ohio. A friend of mine has a heated pole barn, he keeps it heated to 50F or warmer all winter. He says I can keep my car there to work on it and says I should strip the paint and wait until spring to epoxy prime. I told him there is no way you can leave a car in bare metal all winter and then spray in the spring without rust forming. He says not big deal, just DA down with some 320 and shoot the epoxy primer. Who is correct? Can a car sit that long in bare metal with just a light scuffing prior to primer????