Again, starting at the top… the door was removed and stripped of it’s seals. Dent’s were pounded out and the rust was cut off, with a patch or two of 20g metal welded along the curvy bottom edge for good measure. Over all the door was not too bad. I removed the window register and soaked it in cleaner, then bathed it in white lithium grease.
The window vent was removed to reveal the vent frame pivot post was rusted through. I needed to fabricate a 8mm post which I then welded to a small tee piece. this then inserted in to the base of the vent frame and riveted in. I was pleased with the result.
After ordering the seals (also from BusDepot) I prepped and painted the door.
The bottom of the B pillar was rusted and needed new metal to be fabricated:
A common rust rust problem seems to occur at the seatbelt mounting point. Ours was completely gone, so another $45 was given to BusDepot for a seatbelt repair section.