Headliner Black Coupe 1965-1968

CJ's Part Number: HL1B
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Product Description

Black Headliner for all 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968 Coupe Mustangs.

Make the interior of your classic Mustang look as gorgeous as the exterior with a new headliner. This headliner has the factory correct grain that you would see from an original Mustang coupe. This headliner fits all 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968 coupe Mustangs. The front and back glass must be removed when installing this new headliner. These headliners come in all original colors, allowing you to get the right color shade that you need for that factory correct build.

Please Note: White is not bright white, it is an egg shell color off white like original.

Click Here for instructions on installing a headliner.

The Mustang headliner in your classic Mustang, especially if it is still somehow the original, is probably sagging after all of these years. If that's the case, and you'd like to restore the Mustang headliner back to the original condition, you can replace that old Mustang headliner with new parts from CJ Pony Parts. CJ Pony Parts offers everything needed to get your headliner installed in your classic 1965-1968 Mustang coupe.

 

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Love the headliner follow the directions you get with it and it goes in great .. Do it on a hot day out helps to. if you need help go to the youtube video link and follow it step by step it will take you about 2hrs to put this need headliner in and its well worth it..
Jon Hultman March 10, 2012
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement headliner for your '64 through 1970 Mustang coupe. The headliner comes in the original-style crater vinyl material. It's cut out for your sail panels. It has the stitched-in liners for your headliner rods already installed. To properly install your headliner, you're going to remove your windshield and also your rear window. We do suggest doing it on a warm day or heating up the vinyl in advance, making it pliable and much easier to install.