I Paid To Have the Headliner Done

Discussion in 'Interior Restoration' started by RickM, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. RickM

    RickM Veteran Member

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    I broke down and paid $100.00 to have a pro redo my headliner. I probably would have fuc.. it up.
    I also supplied the material. I purchased it from NPD.
    The installer said the material was very good quality so I can give the NPD material a thumbs up.

    Here we are from this:
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    To this:
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    It turned out pretty nice.

    RickM
     
  2. Green hornet

    Green hornet Veteran Member

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    Money well spent. Looks good.
     
  3. Smokey15

    Smokey15 Veteran Member

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    Looks good. I've done a couple but it's easy to screw it up by using too much adhesive or not waiting long enough, after spraying it, to apply material.
     
  4. sadams74

    sadams74 New Member

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    Where did you get the panel?
     
  5. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    Looks very nice! I plan on taking my original board to an upholstery shop to have new material installed on it too.
     
  6. RickM

    RickM Veteran Member

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    It was the original panel. Luckily it is in good shape

    RickM
     
  7. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I had a pro do mine too in my 70 which is more difficult to do.
     
  8. FlaJunkie

    FlaJunkie Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Looks good! I also paid an upholstery guy to install mine, car upside down in a rotisserie, in my garage. Mine was a hanger, much more difficult than a board install. I agree with your reasoning!
     

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