Insulation / Sound Dampening

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Tell us about your Corvette: 1995 Targa Top Coupe, Stock 350/300 hp LT1 Automatic
1968 Full Custom Corvette Convertible, 454/425 hp, Turbo-Hydromatic 400 Transmission with shift kit and stall converter. 1965 High Performance Resto-Mod Coupe, 350 LT-1/390 hp Kiesler 5-Speed
Location: Pinellas Park, Florida

Insulation / Sound Dampening

Post by rbryce1 » Jun 18th, 2010 6:39 am

Look into a product called "Lizardskin". It is a two part (one is sound dampening and the other ceramic thermal)spray on material that radically dampens sound/noise inside the car and provides a superb heat shield for the car as well. Easy to spray on, need a thickness of about a credit card thickness. Go to their web site at http://www.lizardskin.com. I'm using both sound and ceramic on my 68. If you have never driven your car in the summer heat (don't know if you have before you started your restoration), Chevrolet did not do a very good job insulating the C3 Vette. This stuff seals it up and insulates like crazy. Let me know what you think.