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 Posted: Jun 12, 2019 07:06PM
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QUICK..  you might have to order this some where in Africa. and  lot of products can NOT be send my USPS via air mail. for export   .as   it might explode..    later bc

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G'day Quicksilver! Good to see you drop by.
I was surprised you forgot to prefix your thread title with your traditional "O/T" !
Cheers!

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 Posted: Jun 12, 2019 02:46AM
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Originally Posted by QuickSilver
I'm picking up a Subaru Libero ina few days. Not British, not exactly classic but it's small - lol


QS, that is a really cool looking micro-van.  It's a shame they were never sold in the U.S.  Enjoy your travels!

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 Posted: Jun 12, 2019 12:20AM
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Originally Posted by onetim
Sounds like a fun life! I would like to see some pics of your best car finds.
I'v been in the USA continuously since June 1986 and I had to do something different as I was no longer fulfilled. I am starting West African road tour in September and plan to drive through 14 countries. You can follow my progress at //theautoist.villageheadmaster.com

I'm picking up a Subaru Libero ina few days. Not British, not exactly classic but it's small - lol

Thanks.

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 Posted: Jun 11, 2019 03:22PM
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I have used Eastwood's Rust Encapsulator - seems pretty good

 Posted: Jun 11, 2019 06:02AM
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welcome back. Mr QS...  how far are you from Lagos..??  I was just listening to some King Sunny Ade and Femi Kuti.. last night..  and wondered what happened to you.. later bc

 Posted: Jun 11, 2019 06:00AM
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Sounds like a fun life! I would like to see some pics of your best car finds.

 Posted: Jun 11, 2019 04:39AM
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Thanks for the response Sir. Yes, I’m back in Nigeria. I opted for early retirement. I’ll always be grateful to the USA and all the opportunities she gave me.

Once I zero on the name then I can place an order to be delivered to a forwarding agent in the USA.

I’ve been spending my time chasing classic and obscure cars.

 I’ll look up the product.

Thank you Sir.

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 Posted: Jun 11, 2019 03:56AM
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Welcome back.  Are you really back in Nigeria?  If so, there probably are not a lot of people here who can help you locate the rust treatments there.

I think the two products most commonly discussed when you posted here frequently were:  Rust Bullet and POR-15.  They had similar chemistry and application techniques.  

So how have you been?

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 Posted: Jun 10, 2019 11:09PM
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Greetings from Ibadan, Nigeria.

Years back I was introduced to a product that you can paint on rust and will treat it. I think it came in a silver can or color.

Please what's the name and where can I buy it?

 

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