Originally Posted by bill benton
Leave it alone. You look like one of the lucky ones who already had theres redone since new. Wax or Walberize it, an feel lucky.
Not necessarily, Bill. Mine is a 1971, and the original Plasticote is still intact on it. Of course, I was fortunate enough to have found it under big old oak trees for most of its life. I tracked its history and confirmed that it had never had its Plasticote redone. From what I've read, I know that Plasticote is supposed to last only about three years (though I disagree), but there are some out there that can go the length.