Porsche POR-15 Pan Gallery
just pulled the floor mats and throttle peddle
passenger side view sans mats
what lies beneath the sound proofing / insulation
doesn't look any better from over here
rust never sleeps
it gets better, i promise. the white stuff is the adhesive from the tar paper stuff from the factory.
notice later that those areas cleaned up the best.
scrape... scrape... scrape...
anyone know what these little "nipples" are for?
...and a little later, another one
sand... sand... sand...
ooOOooo! there IS metal under there
where did i leave my safety glasses...
this was a good tip for the drill. definitely the most used for the project.
last "action" shot of me sanding, promise!
i think the camera is showing more metal than i remember at this stage.
this is a bit closer. most the brownish stuff was more black by this time.
oh... i am so ready for a bath and a massage...
there were some concern areas up under the dash which were sanded as well
done sanding, and not a moment to soon
my maestro massaged engine 44Webbers / K&N Filters
preparing to reassemble
these pants actually
'68 912 -rennsport version! okay so i just left the passenger seat out.
this is the application of the POR-15 Metal Ready
keeping it wet for about 30 minutes
wet enough... off to lunch
the Metal Ready -post drying
looks a lot like dry Naval Jelly
after a good soaking and drying it was looking good
time to begin application of the POR-15
the stuff was easy to work with. it went on smooth
first coat passenger side
remember that glossy look that never goes away
it took maybe 20 minutes a side being meticulous
i applied the second coat about 2 hours after the first
still needs a top coat of something more flat
David has had a long day too
finishing coat number 2