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Old 01-02-2013, 07:05 PM
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68 Camaro metal headliner trim

Anyone know where to get the front and rear metal headliner trim pieces (with teeth)? Or advice on fabricating them?

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camarocentral.com ? maybe...... call them they have always been very helpful anytime I have needed them..... or wouldnt landau top glue that upholstery shops use, hold it up there with the metal trim that goes across it ?
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Thanks but

I already tried Camaro central, but they were out with no follow on help. What about fabricating them? Any suggestions?
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Are you talking about the whole set of trim strips, front, rear and side? Rick's Camaro has them as a complete set or you can order front, rear or side sparately: http://www.rickscamaros.com/catalogs...liner&x=42&y=6
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Dan that is the trim kit, what I am looking for is what the headliner tucks into. its metal with teeth, then the trim. Thanks for looking though!
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Yes the headliner retaining stripes that are just inside the front and rear windshield.
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Do these things screw on and then the headliner is tucked under them? What happened to the originals?
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Yes i believe itnis screwed in,but the headliner is tucked into it with glue. When I bought the car the front was missing, and the rear left side is rusted out.
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Try classic industries.
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That is the windless molding I do not need that but thanks.
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Can you post some pictures?
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Found them

I found them in Houston a company called Camaro country.
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