Classic Car Soundproofing Kit

(6 customer reviews)


Classic Car Soundproofing Kit (NO engine blanket)
The engine blanket can be found here if you are looking at adding this to this.

SKU: CCFSK004 Categories: ,


Classic Car Soundproofing Kit consists of the following materials:-

  • 1/3 sheet of NoiseKiller Vibrasorb (0.67 m x 1.2 m)
  • 1 and 1/2 sheet of NoiseKiller Sound Barrier  (3 m x 1.2 m)
  • 3/4 roll of NoiseKiller Barrier Mat (1.5 m x 1.2 m)

Materials need to ideally cover the following areas:

  • Bonnet Lid (NoiseKiller Vibrasorb)
  • Bulkhead (NoiseKiller Sound Barrier)
  • Interior Front Footwells (NoiseKiller Sound Barrier)
  • Sides of Transmission Tunnel (NoiseKiller Sound Barrier)
  • Rear Footwells(NoiseKiller Barrier Mat)
  • Under Rear Seat (NoiseKiller Sound Barrier)
  • Rear Wheel Arches (NoiseKiller Barrier Mat)
  • Under Spare Wheel (NoiseKiller Barrier Mat)
  • Side Walls of Spare Wheel (NoiseKiller Barrier Mat)
  • Under Boot Carpet (NoiseKiller Sound Barrier)
  • Door Pads (NoiseKiller Barrier Mat)

Engine Bay

All engine bay parts use our waterproof Noise Killer Vibrasorb material. This is self adhesive with a damping sheet to reduce bonnet vibrations and an open cell Class “0” acoustic foam to absorb engine noise. The foil facing gives a wipe clean maintenance surface which also protects the bonnet lid against heat discolouring.

Interior of Vehicle

Noise Killer Sound Barrier are used under the carpets in the front and rear footwells inside the vehicle and along the side of the transmission tunnel. These pads help to reduce road and transmission noise as well as under body vibrations. A pad is placed under the rear seat to reduce exhaust noise and vibrations.

Boot Section

Noise Killer Barrier Mat is adhered to the rear wheel arches, the rear wings behind the trim, under the spare wheel, and the side walls of the spare wheel well.

A Noise Killer Sound Barrier is placed under the boot carpet to reduce the road and exhaust noises and body vibrations.



Each classic car differs in size. We have estimated how much material you will need and produced this kit. If you would like to change the quantities or sizes of any of the materials please contact us for a quote or to discuss further.


There are some useful classic car articles that can be viewed in our pdf download section. The following kits can be bought in kit form;

Ford Escort Classic Car soundproofing article

Classic Mini soundproofing article

Jaguar X type Classic car soundproofing article

Mazda MX5 Classic car soundproofing article

MGF Classic car soundproofing article


To purchase any of the kits listed above, you need to purchase the kit here >>> full soundproofing KIT

Additional information

Weight 35 kg

6 reviews for Classic Car Soundproofing Kit

  1. R. Gotch

    You sold me a marvellous kit for my Rover 75. Can you supply one for my wife’s Morris Minor Traveller?

  2. Rob ******

    I’m seriously astounded by the transformation my MX-5 has undergone after fitting Noisekiller’s soundproofing. Prior to fitting it, I suspected the suspension was worn, resulting in lots of bangs and crashes when I drove over rough surfaces. I was wrong. It was down to panel vibration, which has now been eliminated. The MX-5 now drives like a new car – shame it doesn’t look like a new car yet!

  3. Ben Clapinson

    Hi Steve,
    Just emailing to say thanks for providing the soundproofing kit for me. It’s really noticable at motorway speeds; it’s like driving on a brand new stretch of road all the time now.

    Many thanks, Ben

    • NK Group

      Hi Ben, Thanks for your comments! Glad we have improved your car. There is a full article on your soundproofing project in our pdf download section -> view it here

  4. Gareth Humphreys MBE


    To say thank you for doing my MGF last Thursday very quite now great, job please pass my thanks onto your team.


    Gareth Humphreys MBE

  5. Mark Nicholson

    Hello Grant

    Having used NK products extensively on both my 70 Boss and 67 Fastback Mustang restorations it goes without saying that I will be in contact with the knowledgable and friendly family run business for sound proofing my latest new project a 78 series 3 Landrover with a V8 fitted of course.

  6. Peter Simpkin

    If you have a MGTF and a couple of hundred pounds to spend on sound proofing, is has got to be the best spend to date on the car, the results are fantastic, so much quieter, therefore much more enjoyable to drive. Easy to follow instructions and only a mornings work.

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