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67stang custom headliner?? possible?

Ok i have seen alot of articles and discussions in the Knowledge base on "how to's" for customs headliners. I have read them and i cannot find one that deals with old mustangs. On the 67 mustang it has these bars that go across the top of the roof, and you insert these bars though a headliner. There is no cardboard like material or anything that is stiff that is allready molded. On the dicussions it shows a peice that is allready molded to the roof. So how would i make a custom headliner? Please someone help
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Re: 67stang custom headliner?? possible?

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Ok i have seen alot of articles and discussions in the Knowledge base on "how to's" for customs headliners. I have read them and i cannot find one that deals with old mustangs. On the 67 mustang it has these bars that go across the top of the roof, and you insert these bars though a headliner. There is no cardboard like material or anything that is stiff that is allready molded. On the dicussions it shows a peice that is allready molded to the roof. So how would i make a custom headliner? Please someone help
willys36@aol.com did an article on doing a fiberglass headliner, check his journal or PM him about it.

What he did was use the top of the car for the mold, molded it in pieces and then trimmed the glass so the pieces would fit inside correctly.
The technique should work for any vehicle.
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