RE: [GFS] ceiling strips
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RE: [GFS] ceiling strips



About 20 years ago, when I was looking for the perforated board
headliner for my 1958 Fury, I noticed that the station wagons and some
vans in the sixties and possiby seventies had the same headliner held in
place by the same plastic ceiling strips, only the strips ran across and
weren't the same length.  Chrysler is notorious for using existing
technology and not reinventing the wheel. (Like the door hinges and
handles on my 68 Road Runner are the same as my 78 Warlock pickup truck
and were used until the truck was redesigned in 1993.) Any way, with
some research, maybe you could expand the market to make this
economically feasible.  Just a thought.
Mike Myhrvold

-----Original Message-----
From: William Lewis [mailto:reatawhippets@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2002 9:40 AM
To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Glenn Barrat
Subject: [GFS] ceiling strips


A question for Glenn Barratt or any who know - Duane Esarey a GFSer with
a
'56 is also restoring a '59 Belvedere 2 door hardtop.  He wants to know
if
the strips for the '57-'58, that we are looking into reproducing, were
used
for the '59s as well?  If so, he has an interest in the repro project.

Regards,

Jack Lewis


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