Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: London, UK & Seattle, WA
Thoughts on Rhino liner undercoating
This last fall we were showing at the Seattle Italian Concours d'Elegance and the Alfa right along side us (a beautifully restored Gulia Sprint) which had been done in Vancouver was undercoated using a method I hadn't seen before in a restoration project. This car won the Concours that afternoon.
The owner had used Rhino liner polyeurothane spray-on truck bed liner as an undercoat when they completed the restoration.
Brief discussions with the judges indicated that this is looked upon as an acceptable choice for full restorations as it provides extrememly good undercoating qualities.
As this doesn't seem to effect the percieved accuracy of the restoration I'd like to hear other folks thoughts on doing this as we are considering this for my restoration.
1969 Spider Veloce (Round Tail) 220.127.116.113 (US)[/b] -