So after the interior paint was finally completely dry, took over a week. I was finally ready to buid up the interior layer by layer.
First thing was sound deadening. It came on a roll of rougly 7ft by 19″ wide. So I started cutting it to bits and shapes wich would fit the floorboards, trunk, tunnel easily…
Next layer was some more sound insulation and some new vinyl from MSA. The insulation consists of an nonwoven sort of wool/jute. The exact english term is escaping me here. But yeah, it’s made for vintage cars, so it should be perfect for the Datto. It’s kept in place by spray glue
Oh and I rebuilt the drivers side door with a brand spanking new NOS door card 😉 It even came with new clips. Nothing complicated here, just some unmounting an remounting of different bits. But the difference is huge!