A 3.2 4WD subframe will go in the back of Peugeot 106 with the seats down.
I had mine blasted by a local guy for 50 quid - he was worried it was too expensive, but as I pointed to him, for the saving in my time, wear and tear on me and any angle grinder and wire wheel I used, never mind on the neighbours, it was well worth it.
I'm not a particulalr fan of powdercoating of something that can get damaged (water gets under, the metal rots way under perfect looking coating ), so I applied Jotun epoxy paint, followed by a good coating of 3M underseal, which dries properly. Kept away, or cleaned off the mounting points, with the painted thinned down in the area of the rear mounts for the wishbones to allow them to fit.
Once all cured/dry, it got a good inteneral spraying with Noxudol 700 cavity wax.
I'll let you know in 10 yrs if it was worth it. I was bit amazed at the state of it, especially compared with the aforementioned '91 Pug 106 and my '92 Delta integrale.
Rear suspension arms are next up as they seem to have be coated with the same crap paint in the factory.