Shawn Lemans Blue 1969 Camaro LS3, TKO 600
Thanks Tim. That's sounds like a good option, if I could just get the plastic pieces out.You might want to try building a shallow tank and put about 3" of Evaporust in it. I don't think your frames will fit in any reasonable sized sandblaster and wire wheeling seems like a ton of work. I have seen guys nail together a 2 X 4 frame with a plywood bottom, cover in plastic and voila - a dip tank. Set it in there overnight and it will come out virtually rust free.
Thanks Andrew just what I needed. I found the tab, but for some reason I still can’t get it out. Maybe I need to hold my tongue differently, lol..Here is a photo of the tab that needs depressed to allow the headrest sleeve to slide out.
Put a screwdriver underneath and twist it to push over the tab.