Alright... it's been awhile. Things have been busy outside hot rod building land, so I've just been doing what I can when I can. Sorry it's been awhile. As requested, here's some progress... It's a dirty job... stripping that is. But I guess someone has to do it. Ready for a change of view? I was!! First thing was first. I had been talking with Creepy Jack about some stuff called "the Must for Rust" and another awesome product called Gibbs (I'm sure you've heard of it). I thought I would try them out on my top cowl panel as well as the trusty old JASCO super evil paint stripper! Love that stuff!! Add JASCO Let sit.... scrape! MMMM.... lookin' better already! Few applications, some scratchin' and scrapin and this is what the basic panel looked like: There was some bare spots that rusted... This was my chance to try out the Must for Rust, some scrubbing with Scotch Brite pads (maroon colored) and a little bit of wire brushing. SEXY! Let's do the rest of the panel! Looks new!! Except for the bottom! I'll explain how I'm going to handle that in a moment. Spray down with Gibbs protectant and see how it looks! Makes things look better already!! Maybe I should do the whole body.... HMMMM.... hold tight. Maybe I DID!??