Our 71 trillium
has been drilled to death in its lifetime. I'm planning to seal it all back up as part of the repaint process.
I'm just wondering if any of the holes in the very bottom are meant to be there - for drainage of condensation or something? Is it a bad idea to seal them all up? In particular there are two holes that are in the bottom of the "wells" beneath the front bench seat (one on either side of the trailer). They are symmetrical so they appear to be factory installed. But they are the size of a quarter - seems like an invitation for road spray while towing and mouse infiltration during storage.
The first photo shows one of the pair of large holes - it is right in front of the wheel well (showing driver's side in this pic).
The second shows the passenger side also in front of the wheel well. One of those 2 small holes is duplicated on the driver's side, the other must have been a previous owner's "upgrade".
Behind the wheels there are smaller holes on both sides, similar to the ones in the second photo.
Which can I seal and which (if any) need to remain open?