Discussion in 'Exterior' started by davbell22602, Apr 7, 2011.
Hope get started on the oil pan here in a week or two.
Here's pics before I started removing the old paint.
Here's what it looks like after removing the old paint.
As you can this oil pan is pretty rusty and pitted. My question to you guys is do I continue cleaning the rust off or should I just break out the wallet and buy new 390 oil pan?
Will use Purple Power to get rid of the rust. Advance Auto Parts: De-Rust Metal Conditioner/Rust Preventer by Purple Power - Part 31025P/31025
Or this instead RustOleum.com
I'll be using the Power Purple De-ruster on this oil pan. Here's what the oil pan looks like after washing it with grease lighitning.
Here's of the Purple Power De-Ruster drying after brushing it on.
Here's pictures of the Purple Power De-Ruster after it dried on the oil pan.
Now the next step is to apply a coat of Rustoleum Engine Primer.
Here's the oil pan looks like after one coat of primer.
Here's pictures of it painted with Rustoleum Engine Enamel Old Ford Blue.
Next is the valve covers, timing cover, engine block etc.
Update: Repainting Timing cover
Here's pics of the timing cover repainted
Here's on progress on repainting the 390 and 390 parts. All that is left is the block and 4bbl. intake.
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