Its a citeron AX (Deisel)...Yeah....its old, but I got it free and wouldnt have bought a car otherwise, so I'll happily drive it. Thing is theres an MOT coming up soon and its got a bit of rust on it, so off I went to Halfords and got: Some Wet and Dry Sandpaper Something that resembles a Dish cloth, only way rougher, and was called a "Rust/Paint Remover" A tiin of spray "Rust Killer" (beige) A tub of some form of "glass fibre metal filler" Primer Can of spraypaint, same colour as car. Done this on a PC before, when I drilled holes in it for watercooling. Its the same principle, right? Something like: Take car to Car Wash. Get it cleaned. Go home, wait till it drys (if it isnt already. Use the rough dishcloth thing to take off paint arrount affected area. Use Wet and dry to sand it down a bit smoother. Spray on "Rust Killer" Sand again Spray on second coat of "Rust Killer" Sand Fill in bits with the glass fiber Sand so its smooth. Spray on Primer. Sand again. Primer....again Sand, only a little bit this time. Spray on Car Paint, sand and repeat. Slap on a little bit of clearcoat that I have several tins of kicking about the house (all my PC's have been re-painted, and I always buy too many tins of clearcoat). Does that sound about right to everyone? Should be able to get it done over a weekend no problems, providing it doesnt rain. I might wax it, not that theres much point, but if the motion takes me, what should I use and whats the process?