TMI UniSuede One-Piece Molded Headliner Kit for all 1965-1966 Fastback Mustangs.Installing a standard replacement headliner can be quite a chore, as it requires a good bit of dis-assembly, a time consuming installation, then reassembly of a large portion of your Mustang's interior. TMI's all new molded headliner is designed to fit directly into your 1965-1966 Mustang Fastback without any adhesives or hardware. Installation should now only take an afternoon, as the headliner is securely fastened with the existing trim pieces and windlace already in your Mustang. This TMI UniSuede One-Piece Molded Headliner Kit for all 1965-1966 Fastback Mustangs is contoured to the interior so there is no longer a need to remove window glass, like the installation of the original headliner required. The new headliner also adds more than 1 inch of headroom, due this tighter, snug fit and the removal of the bows and brackets that held the previous headliner in.
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So if you are looking to replace the headliner in your 1965-1966 Mustang, but you want to do it with some modern style and updated materials? TMI has you covered with these UniSuede One-Piece Molded Headliner Kits. TMI's seamless One-Piece Molded Headliners are closely contoured to the interior roofline and are covered in a high-quality UniSuede fabric that will help give your Mustang a more updated look and fresh, new overall feel. If you want to fully give your 1965-1966 Mustang’s interior an overhaul, keep in mind TMI’s UniSuede One-Piece Molded Headliner Kits for all 1965-1966 Fastback Mustangs looks great matched with TMI's Sport R Upholstery!
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TMI Headliner Molded One-Piece UniSuede Kit Fastback 1965-1966 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dave M from poor fit I bought this about 1 week ago. The idea is great but the execution is poor. You have to have perfectly aligned side to side and hope the wind lace will catch the edge of the headliner. All the vender has to do is make the headliner 1/4 of an inch wider on each side and it would fit perfect and the wind lace could do its job properly
Date published: 2015-02-18
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