THREAD RESURRECTION!! I had this rust starting last year on my passenger door so I took the interior door panel off and sandblasted the affected area, primed and painted. That was in the fall and I can already see rust color on the new paint. I was thinking, would it have been better to somehow peel the door skin away on the bottom of the inside, sandblast and seal it before pinching it back together. Then go ahead and prime and paint? Has anyone tried this? I'm no body expert just had a feeling I should have tried this as soon as I finished painting it but it was too late then and I figured it would last longer than it has. By the way the metal is still in really good shape not eaten away or anything like that.
teksid block with forged internals, MHS stage 2 heads and cams, 80 mm 03 Mustang MAF, Bullitt intake with Accufab oval throttle body, Kooks headers, 2.5 inch catless true dual exhaust, w/x pipe and Magnaflow Magnapacks, Dirty Dog 3000 stall marauder tq converter, BC automotive built 4R70w transmission ,MMX Dynotech Drive shaft, Trac loc differential with 3.73's, custom made fssb, and lecb, rear shock tower brace by Azzkickers, JL subframe connectors, Eibach 1.5" lowering springs, koni shocks, dyno tune by Tim Barth at Mr Norm's garage