Headliner trim pieces

blackbuck350

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Yes just wondering if any of you wagon guys actually have any pics of the trim pieces that holds the headliner in? I got some pieces but don’t know what I’m missing
 

Bonnewagon

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There are four of these above the doors. This guy only wants $40 for one! https://www.ebay.com/itm/2841694772...d=link&campid=5335822911&toolid=20001&mkevt=1 1658789690052.png
 

Longroof79

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Yes just wondering if any of you wagon guys actually have any pics of the trim pieces that holds the headliner in? I got some pieces but don’t know what I’m missing
Do you mean the perimeter trim pieces, or garnish mouldings? Are you missing the complete headliner and trim?
 

Longroof79

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Yes the perimeter pieces that actually holds the headliner up, I’m starting with absolutely nothing
Sounds like the previous owner gutted the interior and maybe had no intentions of replacing it? I'll check to see if I have any of those pieces. Awhile back I had given a trim piece or two to fellow member.
There are a few members that have access to junkyards up north that have a supply of G-body cars...wagons included. Perhaps they'll respond.
Where in the country are you located? Also, if you don't mind, can you post a few pics of your wagon?, that would be cool. It looks like a nice ride.
 
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if somebody has one of these they'd be willing to send me (or any other unobtanium part) I can measure it and see about printing replacements. PM me.
 
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Longroof79

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if somebody has one of these they'd be willing to send me (or any other unobtanium part) I can measure it and see about printing replacements. PM me.
Chris,
. The only thing is that these trim pieces are metal, not plastic, if that makes a difference. The clips are another story and are becoming unobtanium.
 

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Chris,
. The only thing is that these trim pieces are metal, not plastic, if that makes a difference. The clips are another story and are becoming unobtanium.
Oh, right, yeah the clips like what Bonnewagon's pic shows.
 
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