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78-88 2 Door A/g Body Cloth Foam Headliner Head Liner W/ Abs Backing Board on 2040-parts.com

US $215.00
Location:

Stratford, Connecticut, United States

Stratford, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Brand:PUI Manufacturer Part Number:PUI 78GHC_Variation

  • Brand New High Quality Reproduction Molded Headliner
    • ABS Plastic Substrate covered with Foam-Back Headliner Material
    • Much Stronger than the O.E. Styrofoam 
    • Unlike the ridged Styrofoam, this is Very Flexible so installation is much easier


  • Fits the following:
    • Solid Roof (No T-Tops or Factory Sunroof)
    • 2 Door Coupe (Rear Wheel Drive model)

 

Buick:
1978  -  1987      Regal  -  T Type  -  GN  models

Oldsmobile:
1978  -  1988     Cutlass  -  442  -  Hurst Olds  -  Salon  -  Calais  models

Pontiac:
1978  -  1987     Grand Prix  models
1978  -  1981     Grand LeMans / LeMans / Grand Am  models

Chevrolet:
1978  -  1988     Monte Carlo  -  SS  -  LS  models
1978  -  1981     Malibu  models

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