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Old 04-10-2011, 07:27 PM
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replacement headliner companies

Just wondering which companies you prefer for your replacement headliners. Gotta redo the 68 chrysler newport and been shopping around for the best kits. Dont know if ill be able to but I would like to stay away from the spray on adhesive kits. thanks.

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A '68 Chrysler Newport would have a headliner that is hung on metal bows. The headliner kits with spray adhesive you are referring to are generally for later model cars that have headliner boards. These will not work for your car. If you want a headliner to match what was originally in your car, SMS would be a good place to get it from. They are a little pricey, but their products are very good quality. Here is a link to SMS headliners: HEADLINERS

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I have used Acme in the past. No problems.
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