headliner for 40

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anyone made their own headliner? what materials work best?
thinking of using kangaroo leather, once i get everything else fixed on it and painted, and lifted, etc. figure going to keep it forever so might as well make it nice
 

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A post from the LCML that I saved just for this reason.




--- Overton@aol.com wrote:
> Hey there fellow Cruiser fans:
>
> OK, they may not be secrets but... In my humble
> attempt to restore some
> Cruisers here and there I have come across two
> sources that may save some of
> you some money.
>
> Headliners - If your replacing your headliner,
you
> can pay $119.00 for it or
> if you want to save some dough on the SAME foam
> backed perforated material
> all the Cruiser folks sell - HERE is the source
for
> it. - You will need 4
> yards and someone to sew two pieces togthers,
but
> it's less than $9 a yard.
>
> Acme Headliner
> 550 West 16th, Long Beach, CA 90813
> 213-437-0061
>
> Seat Belts - I don't know about you but I
thought
> $140 per side was a little
> expensive. If yours are old and tired and you
want
> to put in new shoulder
> harness ($70.00 ea) or lap belts for the jump
seats
> ($15.00 a pair) try:
>
> Andover Automotive,Inc
> P.O. Box 2651WS
> Columbia,Maryland 21045
> For Questions/Assistance:
> Call:(410)381-6700
> Fax:(410)381-6703
>
> Happy Cruising
> Greg


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hey just fyi the headliner is a big part of you noise reduction, I thought I would mention it, I'm rhino lining to but thought it was good to know ahead of time
 

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