There’s plenty of rusty body work to fix up. In theory, that’s a cosmetic problem, so who cares? In reality, the stuff isn’t just bad looking. It’s also dangerous to anyone who comes near it. That includes rust in the rear wheel wells that does a good job of catching passers by, and corrosion along the bottom of the cab that lines up perfectly with little feet like my son’s when he climbs into the truck.
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Lucky for me, I have the Eastwood MIG 135, which is perfect for welding thin autobody sheet metal. I’ve never attempted this kind of work before, but I guess that’s about to change.