Took delivery of my first ever Kombi yesterday, '79 camper, I knew that it had rust before I put down my hard earned so now I have the task ahead of me to remove / treat as best I can to restore it to its former glory. I'm thinking along the following lines :- 1. Deap surface rust...remove back to unaffected steel and lead filling to restore the surface. 2. Flat rusted out sections....cut away all destroyed material and replace with new metal. 3. Curved rusted out sections ....cut away all destroyed material and replace with replacement panels. My questions are, 1. Thickness of new sheet for flat sections? 2. Is there a specification for the type of steel? 3. Where is the best place to obtain new replacement panels.? 4. Would it would be better to use new panels or cuts from donor vehicles ( are new panels true / accurate to shape / profile? ) 5. Has anyone here heard of or have knowledge of inspection cameras to check hidden areas, I've been told that there are some that can be attached to a mobile phone but I can't find any info on them? 6. I've found ( didn't know about this before I bought it ) that the bottom track for the sliding door is badly damaged, today the door actually fell off when I slid it open, can this be replaced with a ready made section or would I need to manufacture it from scratch, I'll also need a new wheel carriage for the bottom, best place to get these? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Don.