Hi all, Been a member on here for a while now, but I've only just built up courage to document the ongoing "restoration" of my own van, Tortuga. I'm going to blame this on the fact that I'm a newbie to the classic car scene, only have a general idea of how a petrol engine functions and have no real engineering skills to speak of - unlike everyone else on here (or so it seems)! My intention was to get a van that was solid underneath and mechanically sound, but more or less empty inside - I can do woodworking skills! - and to be fair Tortuga did fall into this category, but with fewer doors and attached fittings as well as having been off the road for around about 18 months. Since I lack both the required mechanical and engineering skills and any of the required tools, the job of getting Tortuga back on the road and through an MoT was left to people with more expertise, as was the task of painting the whole thing. Once completed (although lighter in the pocket regions) I had the empty, powered shell I was after; a blank canvas to work on. So this is what Tortuga looks like: Since I got her back, I've been working on installing Dynamat soundproofing, concentrating mainly on the interior at the back. This is now nearly complete, so the next stage is to add insulation and having read other posts on here, I think I'll be using Low-E for the bulk of this. I do have a roll of 1/4" Dynamat thermal insulation, so I'm wondering if I could use this for the floor? I'm also wondering if its worth adding loft-type insulation to the recessed parts of the sides in addition to the Low-E?