Hi. This is my first post - I hope I'm putting it in the right place.
I am removing the ceiling of my 1970 Utopia. The material is approx 4.5 mm thick. The top surface facing the insulation has a metallic colored surface layer. The bottom surface facing inside is a sort of plastic-like film glued to the surface. The material itself is brown and seems to be a composite type board - it reminds me of masonite (?).
Anyone know what this is and what would be a good material to replace it with? Thank you!
Last Edit: Nov 14, 2020 19:07:45 GMT -8 by brettstar
It's basically a vinyl wallpaper of sorts. My '67 Compact had something similar, but with silver and gold flakes in it. I'm replacing with 1/8" birch. If you would like to keep the white ceiling, it can be painted before install. I actually used Rustoleum gloss white in our tear drop. Applied it with a roller to give it some texture. Just a thought, didn't say it was a good one...
We never really grow up, we only learn how to act in public. '12 Weakender TD (homebilt)(43 States & almost 35k miles) '67 Shasta Compact '67 Bee Line Wasp