"Details" = . . . . . . . Looking good .
Yes, I was pleasantly surprised by the condition of the metal. I thought it was cardboard myself till I started scraping it. I think it’s some type of fiberglass?I wish I would have put my new headliner in while I was on the rotisserie. I cleaned the metal and treated but should of kept going with the liner. Oh well, you will hear me cussing later. That fiberboard you have is a lot different than my 72 unless mine had deteriorated so bad it looked different. Mine was more like some crappy very loose fiber cardboard that was literally crumbling and falling down on me. The rust was pretty bad from condensation and there was some questionable pitting. Your inner roof looks really good.
I do have a can of that. I'm thinking I'll use some of it for the channel above the trunk lid hinges that Ramportin1 has been working on.I have had good results with EW internal frame coating, for the hard to get to places. I squirt brake cleaner thru the nozzle and hose after each use.
Demolish the hidden rust inside your project car’s chassis and stop new rust from forming with this anti-rust coating spray that helps restorations last.www.eastwood.com