Over the course of 2020 I built and installed 440/727 in my 1970 Fury. The car is a blast to drive! However, the old rule: "projects uncover need for other projects", still applies. So I went to the gas station and filled up the tank with premium. Not sure when the car was last at a gas station, but it's at least since last summer. Gas started leaking out over the top front of the tank, so it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that I need a new gas tank. While I have the tank down, it's a prime time to do the trunk floor. So I was thinking that I could wire wheel the bottom of the trunk pan and paint with POR 15 chassis black. In looking at the top of the trunk floor you can see some small holes that I circled in purple using Photoshop. You can also see that somebody's been in there with seam sealer. I could wire wheel the rusty areas of the trunk, paint them with Rust neutralizer, use seam sealer on the little holes, and paint over it in white. My question is, since this car will never be a show car, but always a driver, is that what you do or would you do something else? Car is garage kept and NEVER sees rain. Thanks for your advice as always, Ben Left side Right side Original color: Alpine white. Entire drive train is changed, interior color is changed, grill is changed to hidden headlight, brakes are converted from manual drum to power front disc. Nice looking car, but show car originality is not a concern.