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First thing I did was to spray the entire inside of the car with both sound and Temperature barriers. Then it was followed with Alpha Damp on all flat surfaces.


 

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First thing I did was to spray the entire inside of the car with both sound and Temperature barriers. Then it was followed with Alpha Damp on all flat surfaces.


Why didn't you take out the headliner rods?
Hope they still fit into the new headliner when it comes time.

Bret
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At the Divider between the trunk and the rear seat I made a bulkhead that was made of Plywood, .080 Aluminum, and plywood. This I covered with Dynaliner, and bolted tight against the bulkhead from the back side. This way any future person can remove it, bringing the car back to stock. The only change at this point that would be a challenge to undo is closing up the opening where the speakers were in the rear deck. These had been hacked up and were worthless, and now they are gone, and the deck is covered with Hushmat.
 

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The roof was then covered with Dynaliner ½ inch closed cell foam. I cut and inserted Dynaliner in the sail panel openings basically making sure everything at head level was covered.

Finally I received my Luxury Liner Pro, and was able to cut and install it from the top of the fire wall all the way to the Rear seat Divider. It laid in real well since it is very heavy. I did have to make cuts and section it so it would lay flat.













 

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Even under the bottom of the dash. This is the Well below the windshield where the wiper motor and linkage reside. You can see the Luxury Liner Pro running up the fire wall, then I used Alpha Damp on the Metal under the dash and covered it with 1/2 inch closed cell foam Dynaliner that I had left over from the roof.











The carpet I chose also has Mass Loaded Vinyl molded to the back of it for further sound control. I have to order another package of Luxury Liner Pro to go inside of the doors inside of the 1/4 panels against the outside metal, and over the wheel wells.
When it is said and done I am going to install Vintage air, and this should actually be a pleasure to drive on a hot summer day to any car show, or on the hotrod power tour. You should alos be able to hear the Radio at highway speeds without having it so loud your ears bleed.
 

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Why didn't you take out the headliner rods?
Hope they still fit into the new headliner when it comes time.

Bret
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I did take them out before I sprayed. That is before I started working just to show the bare new roof. I already have the new headliner, but It has been to cold to install it lately.
 

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You mentioned hot rod power tour...
Now you have to disclose what's going on under the hood?
539 HP @ 6500 RPM
508 TQ @ 4500 RPM

The engine is a mild 383 (6.27 liter) with 10-1 compression
(5.7 liter-350 cu in block, with 4.030 bore and 3.750 in stroke)

 Bare Block
10105123
4 Bolt with one piece rear main seal block

 MAHLE forged pistons flat tops SBC-425030F05. +
Bore 4.030
Stroke 3.750
Rod 5.7
Comp Height 1.425
Weight Grams 458
Dome Volume -5cc


 Eagle 5.7 H-Beam Connecting Rods

 Forged Summit One Piece Rear 383 Crank
SME-3-51-05L057 One Piece Rear Main

 Fluidamper Harmonic Damper P/N 712615

 Fidanza Billet Aluminum Flywheel #198861

 Lakewood #620-15000 Blow proof Bell Housing


 AFR 195 Eliminator cylinder heads
Part Number 1040
Chamber 64cc
Plug Angled Plug

 Comp Cams Pro Magnum SS Full Roller Rockers 1302-16 1.6 Ratio

 Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Cam
CS 3314S.cam Custom Cam Grind
.536 intake .544 Exhaust 110 Separation

 Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Lifters
850-16

 Crane Rocker Stud Girdle
11600-1

 AFR HydroRev kit to keep the lifters in their holes
6150

 Hi-Performance Oil Pump
10555

 Intake Edelbrock Performer RPM AirGap with Endurashine
75014

 BG Demon 750 AV Carb (650 cfm)
Mechanical with Electric Choke

 Mallory Unilite Distributor
MAA-3748201

 CSR Electric Water Pump with Heater Outlet
CSR901H

 100amp Alternator

 Hedman HTC 1 5/8 in headers with 3"Collectors
HED-68276

 The Transmission is a Kiesler RS600 5 speed transmission.

 The 12 bolt rear end is 3.73

Engine is still on the stand. I will install it in the spring with the transmission when it gets a little warmer outside.
 

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You mentioned hot rod power tour...
Now you have to disclose what's going on under the hood?
YES ! More details ... Can't see a any pedals (clutch) or a column shift ?

Looks like black deluxe interior ... rs car ?

Pics of the outside ?

You've done an excellent job deadening the car it will be like a Cadillac on the inside :)

EDIT: you as posted while I was walking the dog, I'm slow :(

~DaVe
 

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YES ! More details ... Can't see a any pedals (clutch) or a column shift ?

Looks like black deluxe interior ... rs car ?

Pics of the outside ?

You've done an excellent job deadening the car it will be like a Cadillac on the inside :)

EDIT: you as posted while I was walking the dog, I'm slow :(

~DaVe
The pedals are on the shelf outside the car with the E-Brake assy. It is easier to install everything in the car without them there.














 

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I JUST WANTED YOU TO SEE A BEFORE PICTURE TO SEE WHAT THIS CAME FROM!





There has been almost two years going into rebuilding this car to date.
 

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Sweeeeet. This is my dream, except w/ a Black '69 Mach I, 428 Cobra Jet!
 

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I need a cigarette after those shot's of the car in a rotisserie.

Also, Why the yelling?
 

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My garage is not heated, so my build was delayed till it warmed up. Last week it really started getting nice enough to work on the car again, and my company notified me that I am one of seven positions they will no longer need. I guess everything is going to be on hold for a while till I get working full time again.
Thank everyone for following my build, and I promise to add to it as soon as things are back in order.
Chris.:(
 
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