Mustang Windlace

Classic Mustang Windlace

Keep Road Noise Out of Your Classic Mustang with Windlace

Mustang Windlace

Classic Mustang Windlace

Keep Road Noise Out of Your Classic Mustang with Windlace

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Though insulation and underlayment can help with road-noise, windlace is crucial for keeping NVH at bay in your classic Mustang. Windlace is easy to install and can make a big difference in the sound you hear while rolling down the road.

On classic Mustangs, windlace is often missing entirely or so rotted that it's useless. Most of the time, just replacing it is the right decision. Manufactured out of vinyl with a metal core, it provides insulation and sound isolation.

Windlace typically comes in lengths of 20 feet, which will fit every Mustang coupe and fastback, while 10-foot sections of Mustang windlace is available to fit convertibles. Installing windlace is a relatively easy process. It wraps around the frame of your doors. It's held in place with several clips and runs from the kick panels to the rear quarter trim panel.

If you're still having trouble with road noise, then upgrading your insulation is a great way to make sure you don't have anything detracting from the great sound of your engine and exhaust.