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Old 01-02-2006, 11:34 AM
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32 ford truck headliner board

have a 32 ford truck does anyone know if there is a kit or manufacture that offers a headliner kit that would include a headliner board or sell just the headliner board. the roof mounted bows are in place. checked the knowledge base could have over looked this . a point in the right direction would be good enough I will do the rest .

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Here's a thread from somene who made one for his pickup; [Quote] 73 Custom....I just made a new headliner for my '73 reg cab. I took the old board to the lumber yard and found some wallboard that is similar, masonite' used the old headliner for a pattern, then covered it with some headliner material from a upholstery shop. Whole thing cost about $25 and looks WAY better than the old wavy cardboard full of pin holes.
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did the head board conform to the shape of the roof. because my roof is kind of arched one the cornors. did that cause you a problem?
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No problem. The board was a fiber board and flexable enough for the curve.[Quote] Also here's a couple of more sites that may help...http://www.autointeriors.biz/Headlin...eadliners.html, http://www.shop.com/op/aprod-p331063...dlinerkit.com/, http://www.headlinerkit.com/ or you may use some ABS plastic, like these guys do...http://www.stockinteriors.com/headlinerintro.asp Hope this helps some!
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Old 01-05-2006, 07:27 AM
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thanks I will look into these links
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32 headliner

Try Lance Troupe Interiors 602-272-9906. I think he told me he has a complete interior for a 32- makes his own seats also. Bill
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