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  • Headliner - Moon Crater - PARCHMENT / OFF-WHITE - Repro ~ 1967 - 1968 Mercury Cougar - 42296
  • Headliner - Moon Crater - PARCHMENT / OFF-WHITE - Repro ~ 1967 - 1968 Mercury Cougar - 42296

Item #: 42296

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Price: $65.85
    Cost: 5268
    Earns: 66
    Bonus: 0

    Availability:

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    Note: This is the correct color for a Parchment / Off-White interior in a Cougar.
    Reproduction PARCHMENT / OFF-WHITE Interior Headliner for the 1967 or 1968 Mercury Cougar. Correct Moon Crater texture available in most stock colors. We also have used headliner bows and used windlace in stock. Keep in mind you have to remove your front and rear glass to do a headliner correctly. This holds true when you replace your vinyl top as well. Now also available in Medium Blue, Dark Aqua, Dark Red (not pictured) and Dark Green (in Cougar called Dark Ivy Gold, not pictured). Thinking of installing your own headliner? Join in the discussion here for some helpful tips.

    Check out our video below showing how to install one of these bow-type headliners. This was done by a pro, but it's a job you can do yourself with some patience and basic knowledge.

    Specifications:
    Weight: 4.80 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (3.50 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 3 Review(s).
    ontario, canada

    not yet installed

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    4.00 out of 5
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    looks to be good quality but not yet installed

    North Florida

    Headliner review

    Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    • Good color and texture
    Cons:
    • Bow material to thick
    The end result came out nice, but it some extra effort to get there. The headliner bow material was the biggest obstacle. Being made of much thicker material than OEM or earlier reproductions. The only other issue I encountered was when the headliner was centered, the passenger side was shorter than the driver's side. The headliner was just wide enough at the lower corner of the quarter glass. Other than these two issues, all else was fantastic.

    Don't waste your time or $

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    2.50 out of 5
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    This is a one size fits all type headliner. Maybe Yugo to Lincoln? The material to hold the bows is not correct. It is too thick of material and it stretches. The grey material is sewn all the way to the sides. Now you have to cut this material to fit each bow. SAVE your old headliner for correct length! AND this allows the bows to move front to rear. So, the bows wont stay in vertical position!.
    Better yet buy one from Scott Drake! they make an awesome one, as this is as close to correct as can be! Fits, no cutting, and went easily.

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