Headliner detail...

Discussion in 'E9 Projects and Restorations' started by damienh, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. damienh

    damienh Member

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    I don't suppose anyone knows, or has a picture, of how this black vinyl and headliner is meant to join together ?

    On my car and others I've seen, one just overlaps the other, with no stitching or seam, which looks bad to me, I can't imagine it was intended that way ?

    It always bothers me as it's just in front of my eye when driving.

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    Keshav Well-Known Member Site Donor

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    Hi Damien,
    It’s just like you’ve described. No stitching, just an overlap and glued together.

    Keshav
     
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    Thanks Keshav
     
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    Yes, roll the black over and glue it (maybe clamp the seam for a neat crease) then tuck it into the windscreen rubber and the chrome strip for a neat finished look. I'll be doing the same thing in a week or so when my headliner material comes in from CA- USA
     

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