So the quarter can be fixed? That's great I wasn't sure. I figure I can borrow a stud gun and work to work on the door. I really do not want to replace the door because they are a PITA to remove. The are not bolted on instead the hinges are welded to the door and the body. I guess you would have to pull the pins to replace the door. Plus all the doors I have found for sale have been around $150 apiece. I was thinking that I could spend some of my free time this summer straightening out the body. The only rust on the car is shown in the picture of the decklid. I'm sure that'll buff right out.
"Mainly due to the fact that an inexperienced welder, can actually end up with more filler to straighten the replacement panel warpage" seen this first hand many times around here. I was thinking of going this route as my dad is an expert welder.
Thanks for all the replys.