I'm looking for advice on sealing a dream on the inside of the 92 Excella in rebuilding. The good news is I've found very few leaks and I've solved almost all of the ones I found. There is one that's a bit persistent so it's time to ask for help.
The leak is coming from the seam on the curbside of the front dome. I've sealed the deal from the outside using Aluminum Parbond. I've used it very successfully for several small leaks. In this case, since using the Parbond on the outside seam, the leak only seems to occur during heavy rain. For instance we just had about 4.5 inches over a two day period. It produced a miniscule amount off water, but I'll feel better when there is none.
There is a knife blade thin gap on the inside seam where I believe the leak originates. I'm wondering if there is a syringe injection sealant out there?
Obviously, I'm a bit anal, but I'd love hearing suggestions concerning products, techniques, etc, and what other restorers have done.
The leak seems to originate inside the seam between rivers 19 and 20 in the third picture.