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Old 02-06-2007, 05:55 AM
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Headliner for 34 Ford

Does anyone know if someone makes a headliner (one piece or other) for a 34 Ford 3 window Coupe?

Vince

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They're not to hard to make.http://www.acrodz.com/gallery/album06
I just made one for a 32.
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Nice job, where are the windshield wipers?
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Nice job, where are the windshield wipers?
I covered the original overhead panel and it's removable. The owner didn't have time to install them before he brought the car to me.
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Vince,
Check out my photo gallery for pictures of my '34 Ford headliner. It's made with a piece of 1/4" plywood screwed to the wood top bows and the foam and leather is glued and sewn to 1/8" luan plywood. The 1/8" plywood is made about 1" larger all around than the stitch line which allows you to screw it to the 1/4" plywood. My wiper motor is at the top of the windsheild and under the headliner. The trickey part is figuring out how to fasten the headliner to the side walls of the interior. Hope this helps
Jim
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Vince,
Check out my photo gallery for pictures of my '34 Ford headliner. It's made with a piece of 1/4" plywood screwed to the wood top bows and the foam and leather is glued and sewn to 1/8" luan plywood. The 1/8" plywood is made about 1" larger all around than the stitch line which allows you to screw it to the 1/4" plywood. My wiper motor is at the top of the windsheild and under the headliner. The trickey part is figuring out how to fasten the headliner to the side walls of the interior. Hope this helps
Jim
Thanks for the info, sounds like it may be the way to go. The headliner is the only part of the upholstery work I have concerns with.

What body is your car, looks like a Gibbon?

Vince
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Have you seen this link. They do a headliner in a Willys coupe. It starts at post #18. Looks like you have to log on to view the pics now.

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=38449
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Hey thanks a bunch homebrew, that link is awesome. I think I have a pretty good idea of how to do it now.

appreciate the link
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