Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2000 02:07:18 GMT
From: Bill Frysinger <frysingnopsamenet.spamfree.com>
Subject: Re: Headliner Kit


It cost me $100 for my 1988 9000T (including sunroof), in West Chester, PA. The guy I went to said he does a couple of SAABs or Volvos each week. If you have a local upholstery shop that is familiar with the problem and stocks the right material, you can save both time and money by removing the headliner pieces yourself, but letting the upholstery shop deal with replacing the fabric. Keith Grider wrote: > > Tracey, > > There is a website called nospam where you can get a recovered > headliner. The caveat is that it has been cut in 2 pieces and has a seam > down the middle (for easier shipping). I think they get about $130.00 for > it. I removed mine and took it to a local upholstery shop and had them > recover it. It took 2 days and cost $65.00. Of course I removed it and > replaced it, but that isn't too hard and is outlined on the FAQ on the > saabnet page. > > Keith Grider > > "Brett and Tracey Kimmel" <bert.kimmelnopsam.net> wrote in message > news:xBEk5.3764$xH6.1084645nopsamoon.snet.net... > > Does anyone know where I can purchase a headliner kit for a 1987 900S for > a > > reasonable price? > > > > Tracey > > > >

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