Angel, If you have the powdercoat system, I would use it on the oilpan. A local place does powdercoating and I've had most of my parts coated there. From subframe and inner wheel wells and all kinds of misc. parts. Sure looks great. Was there the other day and they coated a very pitted Chevelle rearend. After coating they blocked it with sandpaper and gave it another powdercoat. Unbeleivable, looks like glass. The wearing gloves part is a good idea, if you do get Por 15 on you, laquer thinner works good to remove it. Also if anyone is in North Dakota area, Tony's Repair in Bismarck is the place to have your powdercoating done. He has a big enough oven to do a full size frame. [img]graemlins/beers.gif[/img]
68 Camaro,327, vortec heads, Comp Cams XE274,Muncie M-20, 8.5 rearend, 3.73s. My 1st love,owned since 76'