Headliner falling down 1967 Plymouth Valiant Signet

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  1. Moparmadness408

    Moparmadness408 Well-Known Member

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    So my headliner has ripped at the seams where it looks like it was sewn onto the top. It sits on your head while driving and it’s mildly annoying. Is there someone that repairs those in Colorado? Or are there ways to do it yourself?
     
  2. Murray

    Murray FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Probably time to buy a new headliner and have an upholstery shop install. They get old and rotting.
     
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    • hwd2

      hwd2 Well-Known Member

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      Usually it's the stitching that gives out. Job to replace not rocket-science but lots of trim to remove - the nastiest ones being over the door openings (drip rail area). I will eventually be doing the one for my Swinger but the Signet still good. (sigh)
       
    • Demonracer

      Demonracer 71 Demon 00 Ram 16 Chrysler 300S 05 Caravan FABO Gold Member

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      If you try doing it yourself, make sure you keep the bows in the correct order as they come out.
       
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