As we get our car ready for interior we took our Project FearleSS ’68 and added sound deadening dynamic material to it. We used the industries best in Dynamat. The Dynamat brand has been around for years and has a great reputation for it’s quality and ease of use.

What are the benefits of sound deadening your vehicle? The answer is simple. If you want to enjoy the benefits that include eliminating road noise, keeping the engine heat away from the interior and eliminating the rattling that bass from your stereo can produce, then that answer should be enough to make you want to invest in Dynomat sound deadening.

Established in 1989 the Dynamat brand maintains the dominant market share in Car Audio and Automotive Restoration acoustic solutions. With that said follow along as we use the new and improved Dynamat Xtreme to quiet down our Project FearleSS.

<strong>1</strong>. Project FearleSS was ready for the new and improved Dynamat Xtreme.<strong>2</strong>. The interior of this Super Sport was ready for the sound deadening.<strong>3</strong>. The first step was to vacuum the interior of the car as this will pick up the majority of small trash and some of the dirt that might be in the compartment.<strong>4</strong>. To make sure there was a good contact between the Dynamat and the floorboards, we scrubbed the floors and wiped them down from all the dirt allowing a good bond between the Dynamat and the floorboards.<strong>5</strong>. We started off by measuring the material and laying out the first section. Some of the Dynamat went on in big sections so it was easy to show progress when installing it.<strong>6</strong>. After looking at the situation of the job we started from the rear forward.<strong>7</strong>. The panel section went on with out a problem.<strong>8</strong>. Some sections need to be done in big piece while others will have to be done in smaller pieces. At the end of the day it will cover all the cars floorboards.<strong>9</strong>. We covered the sides of the transmission tunnel.<strong>10</strong>. We moved onto the rear seat section of the car.<strong>11</strong>. The other side of the vehicle was started.<strong>12</strong>. We measured the sections through out the car.<strong>13</strong>. We used a utility knife and a square level to cut the sections that we were going to be using.<strong>14</strong>. With the Dynamat roller we rolled the material in place making sure that it had a good bond.<strong>15</strong>. The firewall was completely done.<strong>16</strong>. Other tricks when installing the Xtreme Dynamat is to do your cuts in tight bends to allow the relief of stress which will allow the material to adhere properly. After a couple of hours of work the floorboards were ready to keep all the noise down. When the car gets it carpet and insulation it should be as quiet as a newer car.