1968 Barracuda Headliner HELP SOCAL shop referral

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  1. BIG-B-Barracuda

    BIG-B-Barracuda Well-Known Member

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    Hello Everybody long time,

    1968 Plymouth barracuda Notchaback

    i am looking for a shop to do my head liner in orange county (Socal) area.
    would appreciate any help.
     
  2. Blucuda413

    Blucuda413 Well-Known Member

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    Buy one and install it yourself. Just take your time, if you have minor wrinkles spray lightly with clean water with a hand sprayer. They should smooth out. We installed one is my son's Ebody and it came out great.
     
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    • Jesus Chrysler

      Jesus Chrysler Forgiving Sins Against Mopar Since 1983

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      • harrisonm

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        TOTALLY agree. I have done several, and they all came out fine. There are several people on this forum who can help. It really is easy. No sense in paying out $300 for something you can do.
         
      • BIG-B-Barracuda

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        I considered doing it myself, is it necessary to remove windows to complete this job?
         
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        You can, but it is WAY easier with the front and rear windshields out.
         
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