Well, I immediately got sidetracked a bit. When I got the body back from the shop I noticed a small number of points on the body that need to have the paint touched up. I left the car on the trailer in case Rainbow wanted it back in their shop to do the work. Now remember I live in an area that gets about 4-6" of rain per year, and it mostly comes between December and February. Well guess what happened while I was down in LA working on the installation of a monitoring system for my company REC Solar? It rained. And the rain got into everything. Most of the car was OK, but the floor of the passenger compartment wasn't primed and painted, it just had the original coating from the Porsche factory, which is 37 years old and not in the best shape. It's amazing how quickly the rust stared forming! I started working on scraping the coating back to clean metal and dry everything out. When I'm sure it's dry, I'll treat it with the rust converter fluid. When that's done its work, I'll spray on a new fresh, full new coating of the mystery stuff on the floor. It seems to be a rubberized undercoating-type compound; I'll check out my options at the auto parts store tomorrow.
I removed the doors and front hood to make sure they don't get scratched during the conversion, and it also gives me greater access to the parts of the car I need to get to.
The pedal mounting area doesn't have a drain hole and the water pooled up nicely. I had to remove the unit so I can get access to clean and de-rust the area.