I just restored a 1967 MGB-GT and did a lot of sound insulation. I didn't go for the expensive DynaMat material. Used "Peel & Seal" (a roofing product!) which cost about 20% as much but it makes a huge difference in these old cars. My Sonett does not have an MSS exhaust but my set up may be even louder! Dual exhaust with two tiny mufflers tucked behind the rear wheels. I'm sure some insulation would help but not ready to tackle another vintage car interior so soon on the heals of the MGB-GT. Besides, it was just done by the prior owner and looks great.
I had the dark red '73 Sonett III at Carlisle last year. There were three of us. We get a lot more Sonetts at Swedish Car Day in Boston. I think there were around 10 two years ago. I'll be driving either my Viggen Vert or C900 Vert to Carlisle this month.
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