Let's see now. When we left off, I had primed the rear quarters and cleaned up under the dash so that the car looked something like this:
I began by scuffing and grinding the surfaces of the dash, windshield trim, outer cowl panels, cowl top, and outer rockers. Each got a treatment of Ospho followed up by the usual neutralize, rinse, scuff, and degrease. I then masked off the engine compartment, loaded up the spray gun with DP40LF. The resulting effort looked like this:
A frontal view:
And the dash:
The rear seat panel still needed some work as this photo attests:
The door jambs:
Along the top seam and in the drain channel seams:
And finally, around the tail panel.