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Old 07-28-2008, 08:02 PM
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1964 Impala SS Interior Roof Insulation

In preparing for reupholstery, after removing the headliner, I noticed at the top of the interior roof, that the original insulation material was in bad shape. The material appears to be original and falls apart at touch. What type of replacement materials (insulation?) can be used in this area? Thanks in advance.
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I would think any of the auto insulation products would work. The insulation I'm using I got from Yogi's for $25.00 a roll. Foil on one side and aluminum on the other. It made a world of difference in sound in my pickup. A can of super trim adhesive and a pair of scissors is all you need. Good luck.

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The only thing to keep in mind when insulating overhead is weight, anything heavy will drop over time
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Sorry...I said the insulation I'm using has foil on one side and aluminum on the other....I'm an idiot. It has foil on one side of the insulation and nothing on the other. I done some more of it last night and hope to finish the cab tonight.

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