Headliner trim pieces

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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
 

Longroof79

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The 89 Olds wagon I have is getting mad maxed out. Any parts I have that you can used, you are more than welcome to them.
There may not be too many parts on a B-body wagon that are useful on an A/G-body wagon, but I might be wrong.
 

oldsmobile joe

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For those looking in junk yards, the small U shape plastic clip was used on the 4door cars, sedan and wagon. Not on the coupes.
 
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Bonnewagon

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FWIW I found that the outside part of that clip is more important than the inside part. I broke a couple and used the broken outside parts [ that get the screw] to snap the trim over. It is hard to get the trim off the inside part without breaking it. Gluing them back together only worked on one. The pillar molding tends to support the inside without the broken inside part of the clip. But the outside definitely needs to be in place to hold the molding up.
 
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