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Trunk insulation and carpet

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This post is mainly directed at the non-stock crowd. I’ve seen trunk panel kits that line the trunk with upholstered or carpeted panels but they really reduce the size of the trunk.
I use my trunk all the time so reducing its size with panels is a non-starter for me. But I do want to kill the echo chamber affect.
Has anyone ever glued insulation/carpet to all of the surfaces in the trunk? Even the insides of the quarter panels?
Any pics?
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I had the trunk of my '67 lined with jute and carpeted, made a big difference. I also had custom panels made & covered to "finish" the look, which I know isn't what you want. But they were easily removed & hid the battery & subwoofer that I installed on the rear shelf.

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Did you glue anything to the inside of the quarter panels? That‘s what I’m leaning towards.
Glue foam and carpet to the quarter panels, carpet the bottom of the trunk without glue, insulate and carpet the back of the rear seat from the trunk side and insulate under the package shelf. Probably the wheel tubs too.
Nothing glued on to the qtrs, but the inner wheel houses were covered.
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