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Old 02-09-2010, 06:09 PM
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34 Coupe Headliner

So now that Rod Doors is closed where do I get a headliner for my
Outlaw 34 Ford Coupe?
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Try OLDDOG STREET RODS 314.291.7637. They sold roddoors stuff and may still have what your looking for in stock. They were the only people that had Smooth Parts aluminum door sill plates for my 46 ford coupe. Good people to deal with.
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Ill give them a call
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I didn't know Rod Doors had a headliner for a 34 Ford Coupe. When I was looking for one they did not. I ordered a one piece fiberglass headliner from Redneck Street rods. The shipping was almost as expensive as the item due to it's size. I then had to cut it to fit my Gibbon 34 Ford Coupe.

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I inquired about the headliner last year and they told me they had a one piece headliner. I was going to purchase the headliner and the door panels from them.
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34 coupe headliner

If you still need a headliner for your coupe call Scott at ScottRodscustom *** *** ****,I manufacture a very nice one,you can check me out at www.************.com

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Sorry, Scott, you can't advertise in the tech forums by putting in your phone number or web site. You can put that stuff in your profile and tell people to look it up in your profile. I will have to edit your post. Here is a link to your web site: CLICK HERE
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You can use a fiberglass headliner which will have issues of it's own with forming of your headliner material at the back corners. There is an alternative to the one piece molded fiberglass and you can check out my solution by going to my Photo Album and find the Headliner photo of my '34. This is not an Outlaw body but is the same with the wood bows, and wood around the doors and windows for trim fastening. Very simple to install.

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Headliner

I make headliners and such by spraying the body with PVA (poly vinyl alcohol), a green cellophane-like (after it dries) mold release, lay fiberglass over the PVA, and then pop off the cured fiberglass. Section and trim your pieces about 2 in. or so as the inside is smaller than the outside of the car and you have inner panels! Little bit of work, but a slick fit...
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This is how I did mine also on my 32 From Superior Glass Works in Molalla, Or. Popped it off, a little trimming, sectioning and stiffening. Very pleased with it.
My '75 Ford head liner is shot, about $200 from LMC plus freight, so this technique will be used for the replacement.
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You can use a fiberglass headliner which will have issues of it's own with forming of your headliner material at the back corners. There is an alternative to the one piece molded fiberglass and you can check out my solution by going to my Photo Album and find the Headliner photo of my '34. This is not an Outlaw body but is the same with the wood bows, and wood around the doors and windows for trim fastening. Very simple to install.

Jim
....saving everyone a bit of hunting....

Is this the headliner shot you meant?

http://www.hotrodders.com/gallery/sh...me/all/way/asc

How do you get panels to stay in place without jambing philips screws into it.... I hate seeing that at a show.

fordsr: I love your car. I want your car. Sweet.
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Mitchman,
Sorry for the delay in responding as I visit this forum very seldon anymore. The photos are from my gallery and although I don't own the '34 anymore, I did build the car and stitched the interior. The headliner installation is really very simple but there are a couple of tricks involved. The process would be to involved to try to put into words on this forum and make the process understood. If you want to know how it's done, send me a PM with your phone number and I'll call you with all the details.

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