My 67 Austin Healey was received about 12 years ago as a project car. All torn apart. But the PO galvanized almost everything once he had it apart. Nuts and bolts, brake parts, fenders. You name it, it was galvanized. We did not use the nuts and bolts on the car. I preferred at the time to use new bolts. I had planned on keeping the car forever and wanted to know they would not stretch or break. Now I am working on a 1964 BJ8 and may decide to use all those bolts and nuts. My wife asked about the galvanizing process and what that would do to the parts? Anyone know?