Looking for tips about the rusty trunk floor in my baby, a 1970 Newport. I knew I would have to confront this sooner or later....so I've been going through her mechanically...but as far as body work goes I know NOTHING beyond slingin' bondo. I'm hoping to get straight advise on dealing with this from those of you who have "been there/done that". Water is getting in (I believe) at the bottom of the rear window...the vinyl is all dried and stretched out and most likely the metal underneath is probably corroded (ya think?). It then drains down into the bottom of the trunk. I don't know what the exact path is b/c everything "looks' dry underneath the package tray...there does not appear to be any signs of water run off, but I could be missing it too. So right now I'm looking to take "stop gap" measures to get through the winter which I guess means fill in hole(s) beneath rear window....which means ripping off the vinyl roof (dread!!!) along with the chrome bright work (?) AND shoring up the trunk floor (cutting?!?!):confused4: I know body work is expensive; I'm a "5 to 9"! working stiff so signing checks at restoration shops just isn't in the cards for me, I'm hoping this can be a "do it yourself-er" type deal.