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I did this on mine. They were in good shape still galvanized! I had the fenders off and had to remove them to get to the cowl. (Inside of my cowl was swiss cheese) I lightly sand blasted them, welded them back on and applied spi epoxy followed by restoration shop 2k urethane (under hood black) recaulked with brushable seam sealer and replaced the rubber seals. I don't expect problems for the rest of my lifetime. 

Here in rainy washington you gotta make your cars water proof or be willing to let the car sit for 10 months out of the year. 
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