Keeping the Noise Down – Putting Sound Deadening in the 1970 Dodge Charger

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

After Kath had mocked up the rear seats into the Charger, it was time to start getting the carpets into the car.

However, underneath the carpet is where to most important bit of the interior is. The sound deadening. It’s crucial in making long journeys more enjoyable just due to its job of cutting down the cabin noise.

Kath carefully laid out the material across the floors of the car to make sure each piece was just in the right place to give the best result. All of this needed to be done before fitting up the carpets, which will be happening next!

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