67 Coronet Headliner Questions

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  1. Mike67

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    So when I bought my car it had a headliner in it but it was pulled away from all of the tack strips and did not have the hard sail panels.
    My question is did all cars have them? Do they go on the outside of the fabric or under? The reason I ask is Classic Ind shows 2 different types for 67 B Bodys, one being a cardboard the other being a perforated vinyl..???
    Also what goes around the rear window tack strip? Windlace??? Anything where the package tray and headliner meet?
    Pics would be awesome!!!!
     
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    How many doors? and hardtop or sedan roof? It changes the rear glass inside trim.

    No hard sail panels on any of the 67 body styles, it’s all headliner material down the rear pillars to the package tray.
    Watch Adam 12 driving shots in the car, Both 68 and 69 4 doors don’t have hard sail panels either, it’s all soft material. A 68-70 2 door has hard sail panels.

    There is soft flexible cardboard that goes on the roof and under the material on 2dht sail panels.
     
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      Sorry forgot to mention that, its a 2 Door HT.
      So what are these for if they go under the material on the sail panel?
      https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1967/dodge/coronet/parts/mb8262008.html
       
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      The only cardboard is under the head liner on the pillars that come down to the package tray just like R413 said. No idea what those things are at CI, maybe 4 door only?
       
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          ya Im confused too! The description says 2dr HT...Does the headliner glue to the cardboard?
           
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          Agree with 69L
          The cardboard is under the headliner material in a 2 door and is non-existent in a 2door hard top. The "B" pillar mounted courtesy lights would not fit otherwise. I've had four '66' Coronets and one was a 4dr....it was the only one with cardboard behind. In all fairness, the other 3 were 500's, I can't imagine why it would be different for a 440,330 or Delux 2dr ht.

          I did my headliner, looks good, but that "B" pillar section is a bother to get right. Do yourself a favor and buy Legendary. I tried to save a few bucks for others and the dollar savings is not worth it. Nine yards into it.....regret hits you
           
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