the vinyl top on a 72 dart

desc of most of the steps in the VT. headliner from cardboard to fabric next! (i hope)
  1. mikess68

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    the vinyl top on a 72 dart

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      Awesome job!!!!!!!!!!!!
       
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        Great article. If it's OK to add something, I used one of those wheeled tools you get for pushing the cord into screen doors when you replace torn screens. The wheel is maybe a little wider than 1/8 inch, works like a pizza cutter without cutting, and gets in the grooves pretty good.
         
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          Great article, great job and Greeaat looking car
           
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          Nice job. I know this post is kinda old but if you see this I have a question. Do you think this could be done with the windshield and back window installed? If so, how about if the stainless trim is in place? Would that make it easier to tuck into or impossible because glue would be impossible to apply on the opening? Thanks
           
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