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>I don't know--you guys are scarin' me with your sordid tales of
>rust and Mk1 body deterioration. I used to live where it was very
>dry. The culture was dry, the social life was dry, but mostly the
>climate was dry. Now I live in a city where they've had the third
>wettest Nov. in history and it's only going to get wetter. I am
>doomed. My '79 is doomed. OK, I'll try not to panic, but I do
>feel the beginnings of. . . . . . . rustophobia.
>Excuse me while I go out and check for any chips, dings,
>undercarriage exuding this cancer. Damn, I was just beginning to
>like this city!
Not to fear. There is a wonder-product called POR-15. It is the old car
lovers savior. I imported a car last year from Cali to NJ, and I'll be
'puttin on the POR' soon.
POR-15 is widely used in auto restoration, because it can 'change' rust
into a tough, porcelin finish. Go to their page for more info...
It won't fix rust, but it WILL stop it.
My friend has a 62 bug pan in his yard that he coated with POR-15 and
its been out there for almost a year with NO sign of rust! Pretty
I don't work for them, even though they are from NJ, too. This is just
a suggestion for a good product!
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