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rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by rutter123 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:32 pm

rust glorious rust, some pics of what im up against.
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and here top of n/s/r light panel
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rust here too
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rust just breaking thru n/s/r 1/4 just above the light cluster
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rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by rutter123 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:37 pm

and the underside...
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compared to the other side which is rust free..
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the rear bumper support crumbled away quite nicely...
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up inside the wheelarch behind rear light, not much metal left here
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rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by rutter123 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:45 pm

more pics
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after wire brushing here i had a few holes..
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and all along the inside of here...
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by Defender110 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:03 am

Now you've sussed out how to post piccies do you think you could learn to post them all in one thread instead of all in seperate individual threads ? :wink:
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by mat_fenwick » Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:25 am

I've merged the 3 threads now - if you want to post up more pictures in this thread of rust and your repairs we'd be interested!
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by Caffiend » Tue Feb 26, 2013 6:57 am

Some people probably only haven't commented yet because they are busy*, mentioning no names BXBandit

Scary pic :shock: - what's the plan then rutter?
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Post by Defender110 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:25 am

The first set of pictures are quite worrying as these are areas not normally known for rust and are in very awkward areas which are rusting from the inside of the cavities.
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by Kitch » Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:59 am

I'm scrapping a 16v for less than that :lol:

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Post by citsncycles » Tue Feb 26, 2013 1:06 pm

The first set of pictures are quite worrying as these are areas not normally known for rust and are in very awkward areas which are rusting from the inside of the cavities.
..that_

All I can think of there is a problem with a dain tube from the sunroof? Glad I don't have one of those, mine's rusty enough as it is!

Once you start cutting that's going to turn into a major job I think. Pity Red Shed has gone as I'd be inclined to line up a pillar from a scrapper, either to cut repair sections from or to use as a complete replacement section, depending how bad the hidden rust is.
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by BX Bandit » Tue Feb 26, 2013 1:06 pm

Caffiend wrote:Some people probably only haven't commented yet because they are busy*, mentioning no names BXBandit

Scary pic :shock: - what's the plan then rutter?
eh? huh? What? Me? Busy? Is confused....... :(
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by Caffiend » Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:55 pm

BX Bandit wrote:eh? huh? What? Me? Busy? Is confused....... :(
Sidetracked eh?
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Post by BX Bandit » Tue Feb 26, 2013 7:01 pm

Ah, I got you now....slow Bandit!

That does look like sexy rust though, it's almost worth you having my shell and transplanting!
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by rutter123 » Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:51 pm

Defender110 wrote:The first set of pictures are quite worrying as these are areas not normally known for rust and are in very awkward areas which are rusting from the inside of the cavities.
yes i have never seen rust this bad in these areas, it seems that whole rear 1/4 has suffered quite badly, i guess it was prob caused by a blocked drain tube on the n/s/r, as i have repaired/welded the boot floor hanger area and the sill inner and outer and chassis rail, and axle mounting on that side when i first got it 7 yrs ago, unfortunately the car spent its first 15yrs of life living outside on the south coast and had a lot of rust issues then, tho all repaired and still holding out well i think this is terminal as the more i strip it back the further it has spread .
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by rutter123 » Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:19 pm

stripped out the rear 1/4 panel today to have a closer look at rust issues, not much evident inside the rear 1/4 all looks pretty good and solid, the main issue is with the pillar, more pics after tapping the rust bubbles to see what the damage is, its at this point i will have to question the structual integrity of the car, i personally think its gone too far and wouldn't be a viable repair, its had a lot of extensive welding in the past but at what point do u draw the line, your thoughts.
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not looking good on the pillar
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and much the same on the inside all pretty crusty
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all looks good on the inside, and nice and dry
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Re: rust glorious rust-the saga continues badly

Post by mat_fenwick » Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:46 pm

rutter123 wrote:at what point do u draw the line, your thoughts.
At the point at which the pleasure you'd get from it being fixed is outweighed by the time/money you'd spend on it, simple as that.
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