Since most of the car is pretty solid and straight, we figured we wouldn’t need to replace very much of the quarter panels. The rust is limited to only the lower rear portion. We may attempt to fabricate the patches ourselves to avoid buying a costly reproduction panel. However we won’t compromise quality… so if a home-made patch isn’t good enough, the new panels will be purchased. We are using Picklex-20 and Zero-Rust, a rust-encapsulating paint extensively for the restoration of the chassis. The Zero-Rust comes in a nice semi-flat black, perfect for the chassis final finish. PPG’s DPLF primer will be used as the first coating over bare sheet metal. It will need to be scuffed before any other primers or top-coats are applied.