headliner replacement

Don Lillig 20V at lilligdesign.com
Sat Aug 13 11:30:11 EDT 2005

I've had it done on my 89 200t and recently on my 91. The issue it 
thickness of the material which creates a problem with the sunroof. On 
the 89 no prob. On the 91 I had to spend a lot of time getting the 
small pop-up panel to lie flat. Cost on both was around $400 materials 
and labor. I had it done here in KC at a place called Turners.

Don Lillig
Prairie Village, KS
On Aug 11, 2005, at 3:20 PM, Phil Rose wrote:

> My car's headliner cloth has finally begun to come loose in a large
> section at the rearmost edge (rear window) and heading steadily
> towards the sunroof. Up until now, it had only been the sunroof liner
> that had come loose at the edges. My impression--from the situation
> in the sunroof section--is that headliner adhesion failure is caused
> by deterioration of the foam layer to which it is/was glued. Just
> re-gluing the cloth to the deteriorated foam seems futile. But in any
> case it's not a job that I choose to take on as a DIY project.
> So...are there any words of wisdom from the list to help me identify
> a quality shop for headliner replacement? Are there any specific
> questions (materials and procedures used, etc) that might help ensure
> getting a good job done for my car?
> Phil
> -- 
> Phil Rose
> Rochester, NY
> mailto:pjrose at frontiernet.net
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