Rust Repair

Below is a link to a photo gallery created for the rust repair completed on the rear of the bus.

5 Replies to “Rust Repair”

  1. I was looking on some tips for rust repair for my 1973 Westy and I found your site. I look forward to reading about your adventures.

  2. I was just looking for some tips, I am replacing the sliding door track in my 1973 westy the floor is out and the sills were rotten so its pretty much ready to go in im just confused about the inner sill, is that part really necessary I have it but it seems like itl be hard to get both pieces to fit?

  3. Thank you so much for these pics! I have to repair the rear valance due to a collision – the pics show exactly what I must do. You have saved me a lot of time and frustration! 🙂

    1. Elin:

      Glad they are of help. I would highly recommend having someone create the valence panel using the correct gauge metal. The one I ordered was thinner than original and didn’t fit perfectly – a very common problem with aftermarket sheetmetal. All of the bends and cuts could be done very easily with a sheetmetal brake and wouldn’t take very long to make. Good Luck!

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