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if you have cosmetic surface rust there (though imho, the rust there starts inside + works out), or basically it's mostly really intact but needs to be stabilized and made pretty... POR-15 is the stuff. Wire brush the loose stuff off, but it doesn't require complete rust removal. The process needs about 3-5 days of clean dry warm conditions, but it is by an order of magnitude the best rust primer I've used (eg much better than the Rust Check primer). Goes on over top of rust. Then fill with fine bondo, sand/prime/paint... then oil spray! Just to note though, get a small can of POR-15 and line up all your rust painting jobs at once - it's a 1 time use kind of deal because the can of paint has to be kept moisture free, and it's not cheap.
Many 9-5's would get away with just doing that in this area...
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