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Muffin1
Posted 2019-07-29 6:13 PM (#585367)
Subject: 56 Plymouth Headliner


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Where can I buy a headliner for my 56 Ply. I hope there is a place that
sells a kit. Thanks
Alex
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-07-29 7:56 PM (#585369 - in reply to #585367)
Subject: RE: 56 Plymouth Headliner



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Muffin1 - 2019-07-29 3:13 PM


Where can I buy a headliner for my 56 Ply. I hope there is a place that sells a kit.


You need to chose 2 dr sedan, 2 dr hardtop, 4 dr sedan etc. but there are these:

https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_odkw=%281956+Plymouth+headliner%29&_...

You don't want to know what the Factory Service Manual suggests: rear window needs to come out. Must be a way to avoid that.

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GaryS
Posted 2019-07-29 8:50 PM (#585372 - in reply to #585367)
Subject: Re: 56 Plymouth Headliner



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Please notice that the colors from this supplier are generic and differ from the OEM colors. Several stock interior and exterior colors used a sky blue headliner. As an example, the yellow and white Belvedere sedan my dad bought new had a white and patterned black interior, with a sky blue headliner. The material was also different than many cars of the era. It was woven cloth without a nap or pattern of any kind.

I've never replaced one, but I'm told the reason the manual says to remove the front and rear glass is so the material can be saved by lifting it off the teeth that hold it in place. If the old headliner is to be discarded, it can be ripped out and the new material tucked between the rubber and frame with a putty knife.
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Muffin1
Posted 2019-07-29 10:18 PM (#585379 - in reply to #585367)
Subject: RE: 56 Plymouth Headliner


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Thank you Gentleman for the Info I have the front and back windshields out.
Gosh I finely did something right
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