I have tried to search here for the answer first, but I have had no luck. So in the CLASSIC INDUSTRIES catalog, it lists two different options for the 68-70 Charger upper door trim panels.(Padded upper part that has the round Charger nameplate) one option is $474 front and $394 rear, and it reads Authentic Mopar resto part, with the Mopar authentic resto part logo.(PN:MD705,fronts for 69) Then there is a set from Legendary auto interiors for $540 front and $484 rear.(PN:MB1982,fronts for 69) Besides the price what is the difference between the two? Is one set closer to the original, and there for "more correct" then the other set? In the past Legendary has had the closest to factory original parts you could get, so I would guess that set is closer to the original set, but the other has that Mopar authentic logo, and most times parts with that logo are very close to correct. Next is the headliner. (also made by Legendary) In the original headliner the complete headliner is one section of material, front to back, even down the sail panel by the rear window, with a set of cardboard panels BEHIND the fabric one piece headliner. In the classic industries book, it looks as if the headliner will not cover that part, and requires you to get a set of sail panel boards,(PN:MB84624 for 68-70 Charger) covered with headliner fabric to install over top of that area, that the headliner falls short of. My buddy just did a 1969 GTX, and I know the roofs are shaped different, but he had the same thing. His new headliner did not cover the sides of his rear window, and required the fabric covered boards for that area. So this differs greatly from the original way it was. Is this just the way it is made now and I have to deal with it, or can I get the original style somewhere? Thanks in advance for the help.