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Hey all, I posted something to this effect earlier in the Talk forum incorrectly, I was hoping to maybe get some good feedback here too.

1966 Coupe with Factory Paint (I believe) Daily Driver in Raining Climate

1. There are small rust spots speckled around the car. Nothing thats gotten into the body just discoloration on the paint and maybe some slight slight divits in the hood and quarter panel edges. I want to get on this pronto because it rains cats and dogs here and having it spread would kill me.
a. How do I seal it completely from start to finish without painting the whole car.
b. How do I put a clear coat over the patches I painted.
c. What tools do I need for this.
d. If I have to sand something whats the best way to do it?
e. How do I find the silver color the car shipped with for touch ups.
2. Theres a decent grinding vibration coming from the rear of the car when it idles sometimes. I don't know if its something in the interior rattling (sounds too deep for that) or something else. As soon as the engine revs up it dissapears.

3. I think this was addressed in the other forum but there is the oder of gasoline sort of throughout the car, strongest in the rear above the fuel tank. No gasoline collects under the car when its parked however, and i don't think its pooling anywhere inside the body.

4. The temperature guage reads pretty close to C. Of course it might just mean the engine's actually just not warmed up. How do I make sure its not broken or anything.

5. What kind of oil should I put in the car and how can I check all the fluid levels? (auto transmission, no power steering)

So yeah not a lot of major stuff and if you can't tell I just bought this car and I just don't want to put extra wear on it because I wasn't maintaining it right. I love it and I am grateful to have this forum as a resource.:bigthumbsup
 
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