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Headliner ABS Kit for 1947-1968 Dodge Power Wagon With Sail Panels

MSRP: $524.67
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ABS Plastic
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With Sail Panels
Base Material:
ABS Plastic
Upgrade your classic Dodge Power Wagon with Headliner ABS Kit for 1947-1968 models, perfect fit and durability guaranteed.

1947-1968 Power Wagon ABS Kit: Upgrade Your Classic Dodge with Precision

Experience unmatched quality with Headliner ABS Kit for 1947-1968 Dodge Power Wagon With Sail Panels, the ideal choice for a seamless interior upgrade.

Designed for the discerning classic car lover, this ABS kit will not only enhance the look of your vintage vehicle but also provide durability and a perfect fit.

  • Manufactured from industrial-grade ABS plastic for a flawless look
  • Made to order in the US by top manufacturers for a spot-on reproduction appearance and fit
  • Can easily be painted in several different shades to go with your car's interior

Don't miss out on the opportunity to elevate your restoration project with this high-quality ABS kit. Fuel your passion for classic cars with Collectors Auto Supply.

This product comes with a life time guarantee to be free of defects in material and workmanship. Our guarantee is valid only if our product has been properly installed in the vehicle for which it was designed to fit.

Is professional installation for an ABS Headliner required?

No, you can install an ABS headliner yourself with some patience and perseverance over a weekend. These ABS Headliners are easier to install than the original headliners. We recommend watching a few online tutorials beforehand to ensure a smooth process.

Is this a factory replacement headliner?

No, this is an aftermarket headliner made from ABS plastic.

What is ABS Plastic and why is it used for replacement headliners?

ABS plastic, short for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a tough yet lightweight material. It's a popular choice for headliners because it resists bending and holds its shape over time, unlike fabric or fiberboard headliners that can sag. This makes ABS headliners a durable and long-lasting choice for classic car restorations. Many customers also find them easier to install than the original headliners.

Does this headliner come in color options?

No, ABS headliners typically come in black only and can be installed as is. They can also be painted or covered in a material and color of your choice if you prefer.

What tools and products are needed to install an ABS Headliner?

For Removal:

  • Staple remover (if your car's headliner is stapled)
  • Trim removal tools (plastic pry tools to avoid damaging trim pieces)
  • Screwdriver

For Installation:

  • Spray adhesive or contact cement (ensure compatibility with ABS plastic)
  • Upholstery scissors or sharp utility knife
  • Heat source (hairdryer or steamer) for better ABS plastic manipulation
  • Upholstery roller tool (to ensure even adhesive application)
  • Helper (highly recommended!)

Other supplies:

  • Safety gloves
  • Drop cloths (to protect your work area)
  • Rags for cleaning
  • Replacement headliner clips (if applicable)

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