SROP-160400-COVERsmallThe Art Of Sound teamed up to guarantee that our Sunliner succeeded in every category. In Superior Interior: Part One (Mar. ’16 issue), we highlighted the Dyanamat insulation installation, and building and installing the Scat Enterprises seats. This time, we finish the Sunliner interior with carpet, panels, console, glovebox, A/C, and audio. Read more at Superior Interior – Part Two: Finishing the Inside of the Road Tour ’61 Ford Sunliner

We’d normally install insulation in a project car once all the paint is completed, but in an effort to keep stories coming we decided to paint the top half of the wagon thanks to Chopit Kustom, (714) 226-0860, and all the interior and the firewall, so we could install a headliner, glass, and start building up the interior and dash, as well as drop in the engine and trans. Before any interior trim or the headliner could go in, we covered all the sheetmetal that would be hidden under carpet or headliner with Dynamat. This is a lightweight elastomeric butyl and aluminum constrained-layer vibration damper, which serves to reduce road noise and “tin can” drumming that can occur with large, undampened metal panels. Read Full Article Here

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