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Old 08-14-2014, 06:46 AM
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Show me your headliner!!!

Hey guys

I am planing on order a bunch of stuff from DC and was thinking about the stock 56 headliner they sell.

I would love to see some pictures of the stock headliner and custom headliners as well to get a feeling of what I actually want.

I am on the stockish track on everything else (almost) so I am leaning towards the stock one but I would appreciated all the pictures you could show me

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My 48 has an ABS headliner from Classic Haulers and then with the help of some friends covered it with headliner material. A similar ABS headliner should be availible for your truck through Mid Fifty.
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If you come to Sweden IŽll buy you dinner..... no problem
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Dennis Carpenter makes a good product. I didn't use the factory gas tank so the kit comes with the hole cut out for you. I use a scrap piece to make a filler. Won't be able to see it one the bench seat is in, so no biggie.Click the image to open in full size.

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