Great Forum !
I bought a 68 coupe with a straight body and a rotten floor pans and frame. Im in the process of replacing everything on the underside. Frame/floor pans/wheel houses/rockers/torck boxes/and tail light panel.
My question is should I paint the bottom red and leave it painted or give it a more durable finish? Since I have the opertunity to do this before everything else is installed.
How were they originally done?
What gives it best value?
This car wont be a daily driver. Some local shows and sunday drives.I thought about spraying it with truck bed liner and painting it red to match the car. That would leave a smooth finish and be durable. I dont want to hurt the value. This car is not all original. It has aftermarket california
special kit. Im changing the tailight panel to all metal with california special light openings. It had that fiberglass overlay. I think someone cut the light openings with a broken hacksaw blade. The trunk couldnt be adjusted right. All opinions would be apreciated. Thanks Mike