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Roof Headliner for Ford F100-F250 Truck 1973-79 2DR PickUp Black Cardboard

MSRP: $139.96 - $149.38
$118.97 - $126.97
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1973-79 Ford F-100 and Ford F-250 Headliner

This replacement headliner is specifically designed to fit 1973-79 Ford F-100 and Ford F-250 vehicles with a 2 Door Standard Cab Pickup body style.

This Ford F100 and F250 headliner covers the Roof area of the vehicle. This kit will arrive in 1 piece, and is built to resemble the originals as closely as possible.

This 73-79 Ford truck headliner is manufactured here in the United States, designed to replicate both the OEM specifications and quality of the originals found in the 1973-79 Ford F-100 and Ford F-250 vehicles.

Fits: 1973 - 1979 Ford F100 - Ford F250 Truck Standard Cab Headliner Black

Yup. That sagging fiberboard bulging down from the ceiling is what you call a headliner. No! That's not how a headliner should look. Old, sagging or dirty headliner simply ruins the looks of your interior. Fortunately, it's not too expensive to replace! Get a perfectly fitting fiberboard/cardboard replacement headliner for your model and restore the interior to its full splendor.

  • Manufactured from industrial grade 1/8" cardboard/fiberboard material
  • Made to order in the US by top manufacturers for a spot-on OEM appearance and fit
  • Available in several different colors to go with your car's interior
  • Make your old ride look like she just rolled out of the factory
Be sure to double-check the fitment section and ensure this part fits your vehicle. About Collectors Auto Supply This auto part is covered by Collectors Auto Supply's three-dimensional promise ? you'll get the right part the first time, you can talk to us, and with over 25 years in business and 100,000+ customer transactions, you can trust us to be the right choice to fuel your passion.

This product is guaranteed 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.

How hard is it to replace a car headliner?

Replacing a car headliner can be tricky and requires patience. If you're new to it, watch online tutorials and research tips for a successful installation. Professionals are recommended if you expect an easy clip-in solution.

How long does it take to replace a car headliner?

Replacing a classic car headliner can take anywhere from 3 to 8 hours. The complexity of the design, your experience level, and having a helper are the main factors. Patience is key for a smooth, wrinkle-free finish.

Does this replacement headliner come with the bows?

No, this is the headliner material only. You must reuse the original bows.

Do these headliners need to be trimmed?

Yes, the edges will need to be trimmed during installation.

Does the glass need to be removed to install the headliner?

Removing glass for a headliner replacement is optional. It allows for easier maneuvering but adds time and cost. Professionals are recommended for removing and reinstalling glass due to the complexity. Most people keep the glass in and work in sections with a helper, using heat for a smooth fit around the windows.

What glue should I use to install the headliner?

3M Spray or 3M Contact Adhesive is recommended.

Does this headliner come with windlace?

No, this headliner does not come with windlace. You will need to reuse the existing windlace or buy replacement if needed.

What are some helpful tips to install headliners?

Here are some helpful tips to install headliners:

  • Test fit the headliner with clips before applying glue.
  • Start in the middle, then work the front and finish with the rear.
  • Use a hairdryer or steamer to make the fabric more pliable for easier installation and to avoid wrinkles.
  • Apply adhesive to the headliner board and fabric in small sections to manage the material and prevent wrinkles.
  • Once secured, use a sharp blade to carefully trim any excess fabric and tuck the remaining material under the trim pieces for a clean finish. Consider using a roller tool for good adhesion.

Do all your headliners come with the necessary hardware for installation?

Not all headliners come with hardware. Many do, but it varies by product. Check the product description for details. If unclear, contact us for confirmation.