I've got a bit of a problem. I'm highschooler restoring my grandfather's 1951 ford victoria. I was so excited to restore something that I ignored the warning signs. It's a great car but it had been sitting in the Montana snow for 50 years. When I pulled it out, it had sank a foot into the mud. I'm sure that gives the idea of the rust problem. What I wanted to ask all of you much more experienced restorers is how much is too much. I took off part of my rear quarter today and found, like every single part on this car, much of what was behind it was shot. A lot of classics have the first foot up of the car rusty, but this car has rust from floor to ceiling. Every pillar is rusty, not just surface rust but deep enough rust to warrant concern and removal. I don't wanna abandon this project after a year, especially with a fairly cut up car, but I really don't have the time nor money to remove each and every panel and piece, weld by weld, to remove rust. Is there any feasible thing I can do or should I call it quits, sell it, and buy a sound classic that is MUCH more restorable. PS: I don't have a single acid dipping place in my state to my knowledge and I wouldn't really have enough money to not only dip it but to ship it.