Nice H, I would like to have one just like that. I too like the nice originals but I have not been lucky enough to run into many that were available in my part of the country. Here in the south rust is really a problem. Most found around here are either rusted hulks, have been repainted or "restored" at some point. What do you put on them to keep them from rusting further after you get them? I have heard some use diesel or a thin oil but it seems like that would smell, be a mess as well as attract dirt and dust like crazy. Some also claimed to use boiled linseed oil or clear coat. Just curious.
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