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Username Post: 65 2 door sedan headliner supplier?        (Topic#355191)
mjc1 
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mjc1
Loc: Burlington Ontario Canada
Reg: 09-15-04
02-11-19 01:40 PM - Post#2759644    

Guys,
Could anyone here point me to a good headliner supplier? Possibly through actual experience?
I'm looking for a pre made "Basketweave" pattern liner in Light Blue for my 65 Post Sedan. I have a fellow who installs, just need a good quality liner and I'll be good to go.
Any and all suggestions appreciated,

Thanks, Mark






1967 Grande Parisienne 4DR HT
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Oshawa65SS 
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Age: 59
Loc: Burnaby BC Canada
Reg: 09-22-14
02-11-19 08:21 PM - Post#2759684    
    In response to mjc1

I thought headliner was supposed to be little stars pattern, but give these guys a call, they'd know what is correct:
https://smsautofabrics.com/collections/1965-chev ro...

Ryan

65 Impala SS convertible 283 2V with Powerglide and 10 bolt 3.08 open
Build date Dec. 21 '64 Oshawa


 
mjc1 
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Loc: Burlington Ontario Canada
Reg: 09-15-04
02-11-19 09:32 PM - Post#2759693    
    In response to Oshawa65SS

Cliff, I think the Impala gets the star pattern. In the 65 Biscayne, Bel Air, Strato and Laurentian it's the Basketweave (I think). Funny how pale and faded the liner looks in the picture. I have a small sample from under the sunvisor mount, and unbelievably, it's the light blue just as pictured in the sample.

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Oshawa65SS 
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Age: 59
Loc: Burnaby BC Canada
Reg: 09-22-14
02-12-19 12:45 PM - Post#2759750    
    In response to mjc1

2 different headliner patterns is interesting.
Funny things car makers do at times, just seems so unnecessary.
I noticed you're in Ontario, so have you tried NOS Reproductions in Grand Bend?
They were very knowledgeable about door panels when I talked to them.

Ryan

65 Impala SS convertible 283 2V with Powerglide and 10 bolt 3.08 open
Build date Dec. 21 '64 Oshawa


 
mjc1 
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mjc1
Loc: Burlington Ontario Canada
Reg: 09-15-04
02-12-19 03:50 PM - Post#2759767    
    In response to Oshawa65SS

No headliners at NOS Cliff.

1967 Grande Parisienne 4DR HT
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BowtieGent 
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BowtieGent
Loc: Mission, BC.
Reg: 05-07-13
02-12-19 06:36 PM - Post#2759778    
    In response to mjc1

I kept an original piece of my factory headliner when I removed it from my '65 Biscayne 2 door Post. Has the crayon marking from the upholstery dept on the back side.

Nitrous is like a hot girl with STD's…You know you wanna hit it, but you’re afraid of the consequences!
1965 Biscayne 2 Door Post: 350,PG,373-posi,C3-DB, PS,PB.
1970 Chevelle Malibu: 53 on 753.
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