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This was posted over on Canadian Poncho and it got me thinking. My 66 headliner has a couple of flaws in it too, and I think it may well be the same as his 65. Anyone have ideas where the best place is to get one, and any installation tips?

 

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Any thoughts or ideas on a good supplier for a new headliner? Any actual experiences with replacing one?

Need a new one for the 65 2 door sedan. Basketweave pattern, light blue. I have an installer lined up, just need the liner. The 2 door sedan liner is unique onto itself. A HT or 4 door sedan won't work.



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SMS Interiors in Oregon.

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The Biscaynes and BelAirs use the exact same headliner as a Catalina for 65-66 and some other years too. Shop some of the Impala part houses like Classic Industries or OPGI if you can’t get it thru PY.

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How is SMS for actually getting a headliner in a timely manner? I have a headliner sample from them, and it's the exact colour and Basketweave pattern.



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Shipping the Headliner material from SMS is no issue.....it’s making Door Panels and getting them shipped is where the problems begin.

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I'd heard that about the panels, thats what had me worried. Thanks. 

I'll give them a try on the headliner.



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On a related topic, I had a set of door and side panels made by SMS for a 63 Pontiac Catalina Ventura back in 2007. The quality was superb. As I recall my wait time was 4-6 months for delivery. Does anyone have info on what the average wait time for a set of side panels would be today? I have very recently acquired a 62 Pontiac Catalina 2 door post that will need a complete new interior and I'm trying to decide the best way to get what's needed. SMS seems to be the only option as I don't see much interior soft goods in the Ames catalog, nor in the OPG Pontiac catalog. All advice appreciated. 



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No one is making the rare interior door panels.....especially for the 2 door post sedans.
I currently have client that has been waiting 2 years for his door panels to return from SMS. He is very upset and frustrated.
They do great work....but they are way in over their head. SAD

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