So finally after get my steering and suspension in working order im able to start repairing the paint and body.
Iv decided to do it piece by piece which is about the only way i will ever get it done before it gets to bad to even repair even if i had a shit ton of money which i don't.
These three spots are the worst on the whole car with only a few tiny areas on the doors to fill and the bumpers to hand sand im looking at about ah month until im done.
Today i started on the trunk lid going from 80 grit to 180 and then 320 but i ran out of daylight so tomorrow the edges and the front are all i have left to sand then i can get the primer laid down and sanded ready for paint on Monday.
After working on this for most of the day and really taking my time i have it smooth as silk.
I know that rattle can paint isn't exactly the greatest way to go but if done right i should get a pretty decent look out of it for a few years and the rusty areas will be gone which is really my main concern for now.
Ok this is after 5 coats of the black acrylic enamel and as you can see there are lines that really look worse in the pic then they really are but they are inevitable when using rattle can paint so once its completely dry it will get wet sanded with 1000 grit to level everything out then cleared.