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Here are shots of the parts with the rust holes.

http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/10/web/538000-538999/538694_71_full.jpg

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I think that qualifies as a rust free car .
 

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Danno, Your car would be a good one for the guy in Portland that sprays the metal. I seen his booth at the swap meet. He takes items worse then yours and after the process it looks good as new.

No bondo , no cutting replacement panels.

I wish I would of taken one of his cards.Sorry

Troy
 

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Danno...its just that. They use a flame spray to build up metal thin layer by layer. I've normally heard it used in machining application to build up a rare crank shaft or hard to impossible to replace item, then re-machine to tolerance. They prob. now have an auto application, although I would ask the question about panel warping for obvious reasons.

Scroll down to thermal spray coating section.

http://www.p2pays.org/ref/03/02454/altmeth.htm
 
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