Its professional auto body primer. Etchimg primer is mostly used for aluminum and stainless, but i find it is a very durable primer for most metals. Go to your auto body supply. Im sure you can get a rattle can.
If you want some of the gasket material, I can send you some.
If it was me doing it, I would use an etching primer on exposed steel. If it was all rusty, then I would touch it lightly with sandpaper or dremel and then prime and paint.
I wouldn't go nuts on the paint correction..... Ford paint and clear is pretty thin.
If the car had enough real estate, it would exceed 200 MPH if there were no limiter (IMHO). If they build it to go faster than 200, they have to engineer it for that. They probably put a cap at 180 because anything more is not practical for what the car was intended for.
I bought my hood from Lethal. It was drop shipped (no pun intended) from AC. It arrived damaged. I was told a claim would be submitted on my behalf...... (On my behalf, lol). AC's proposal to me was one of two options. Option 1 was that they would give me 10% off and I could keep the...
A higher top speed means nothing if you can't achieve it. The 500 was not designed for all out top end on the autobahn. The car was designed to be a track car. Can any of you keyboard racers tell me where the 500 can achieve faster speeds on a US track?
Some of you seem to be making this out...
The car was designed to be a track car, not a top end speed vehicle. The car is purpose built. You don't need to go faster and Ford didn't engineer it to do so.
The previous 500 was not a purpose built track car, and at the time, top speed was an important metric.