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Duffy's 1/71 Series 1 240z build

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Well I had to pull the hatch vent cover to get to the some of the parts for zinc.  The cork had turned to the oddest goo/ glue.  Anyone have a foam seal they used for this spot?  Needs to be thin 1/8th?  Also the tiny brackets for the vent had paint coming off so I had them powder coated.  Should outlast the z body:)  Only a tiny bit of surface rust in the vent area.  I am thinking about converting the rust and doing cavity wax.  Thoughts?  

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