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Removing the headliner

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1Removing the headliner Empty Removing the headliner on Fri Dec 02, 2011 6:37 am


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Could someone with experience post on how to remove the headliner on a 58 Belve. It is the three fabric liner with white plastic strips deviding the fabrices.


2Removing the headliner Empty Re: Removing the headliner on Fri Dec 02, 2011 7:30 am


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Just rip the succker out Hee! Hee!

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3Removing the headliner Empty Re: Removing the headliner on Fri Dec 02, 2011 12:41 pm

Big M

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The original headliners were a pressed cardboard, held in by the three plastic snap strips. Sometimes fabric ones were installed in the later life of the car after the cardboard ones deteriorated.

The two outer panels are a different material and pattern than the center, which is a perforated pattern. Removal of all three pieces involves removing the roof rail weatherstrip, followed by all the upper garnish trim pieces, and finally the plastic strips are removed.


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