Pete, I used a 3M product on my door skins and floor panels. I bought mine from Re-Originals ...but I found out afterwards that it is a 3M product available from Auto body supply houses....I believe it's cheaper than dynamat.
Door skin on. A very stressful process; glue drying; glue applier failed which is a bummer because it is 2 products that have to be mixed; hammer, hammer, hammer, hammer ... hammer; worry, worry and more worrying
Pete. FWIW when i fit skins I dont bond them. I fold the returns as normal then once the door is torsionally twisted correctly (as the skin slides on the flanges) I put three or four tack welds skin to door. Then I seal the joint with polyurethane sealant inside and out. PU is over paintable and works better than the edge sealer in my opinion. Nigel
Looking good. I've been through one of these door skin recreation / replacement processes. Takes a lot of patience and stretches the amateur panel making skills but satisfying when things come together.
Its funny working on these shells. Every now and then you complete an area and the beauty of the shape just sings out. How ever do those clever people design such things? ... such a simple shape, and so elegant. 1/8th of the lines of modern wannabe cars