I have the interior skins removed on a 1963
and getting the last touches on buck riveting the exterior skin repairs.
I am noticing a grundle (a lot, took some pic's but no real point in posting, just clusters of rusty screws) of random sheet metal screws that where used for one thing or another in the past, but now just seem to be plugging holes in the exterior skin
On the one hand the holes are now probably random diameters and a proper rivet cannot be put in, but on the other hand if I put a buck rivet in, it would have no structural function than filling a hole for external cosmetics
Any thoughts on wether it's worth the trouble just to get rid of these hideous screws?