1967 charger headliner

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    jwtdvm Active Member

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    Evidently my project charger with boxes and piles of parts did not include the headliner board---any available (in Georgia)?? or I hear some talk about using a "bow" system---My car does have some holes along the inside roof edge that look like spots for "bows"--Any suggestions appreciated
     
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    The headliner is a hardboard type not the bow type.
     
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      There are two sheet metal frames that are about 3.5ft long. They each contain a slot that the hardboard headliner fits into. Once each is attached to the headliner and the headliner is held in place, there are several clips that attach it to the roof frames / rails.
       
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      No suggestions on the "bow type". For the hardboard headliner, there are two sheet metal frames that are about 3.5ft long. They each contain a slot that the hardboard headliner fits into. Once each is attached to the headliner and the headliner is held in place, there are several clips that attach it to the roof frames / rails.
       
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      I pretty sure have the 2 frames if you need them.
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      Here's a pic of the one piece headliner --- for those who might be missing the piece.

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      Yes, I have those 2 metal pieces on the sides if you need them.
       
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      Thanks for the replies---I dont know if I have the metal brackets that were discussed but a moot point as I dont have the card-board one piece "board" and I dont think it is reproduced---anybody got one of those??? I asked about the bow type headliner as I see them advertised as a replacement for these Chargers--I will look in the car and see if the metal pieces are still there but again I need the card-board piece
       
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      I actually had a ratty correct headliner to use as a base and had it covered in copper vinyl. I'm sure you could do the same if you had the dimensions for the original and used a piece of Masonite or similar and have an upholstery shop cover it for you. Just my two cents..:)

      Mark
       
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