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Sorry guys, wrong car, but my question I'm sure has come to any of you living in the northern states where the roads are a blanket of corrossive salt 6 months out of the year. I have a pristine (for such an old car) 88 Nova with no body rust and minimal rust underneath. My question is: what is the best way to prevent rust, especially around the wheel wells and rocker panels, the two places that seem to have been hit worse on my 84 Corolla.

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The easiest way would be to paint the underside with killrust - then if your worried about what it looks like, just spray over the top of that the colour of your car.

*edit* I have the same problem with salt air from the top and muddy water from the bottom on my corolla - was re-painted the same colour around 2 years ago with a base coat of killrust over the whole thing to stop it from rusting
 
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