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Date: Sat, 13 May 2000 13:56:41 GMT
From: donnellynopsamabay.rr.com (Buddy Donnelly)
Subject: Re: Headliner Falling Down '88 SPG


On Fri, 12 May 2000 23:25:57, Tom - Chicago <to.bnopsamdnet.att.net> wrote: > Anyone know how to get this thing back up on the ceiling/roof of the > interior?? > > It is drooping like a poorly pitched tent. > Replace the headliner. That's the fibreboard that fabric's foam backing used to be glued to. The glue's still there, but the foam has disintegrated. Check your local salvage yard for one the same color. They'll be able to find a wreck that will fit your year, and it doesn't take very long to change it out unless you have to recut a sunroof or something. Alternative, if you just want a "rider" and not a country club car, is to pull down all remnants of the fabric, clean off the residue as much as you can and then glue some new fabric into place. A good aftermarket "seat covers" accessories business can handle this for you pretty quickly. -- Good luck, Buddy Buddy Donnelly donnellynopsamabay.rr.com

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