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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-02-2016, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone with a one-piece headliner that I can see?

I'm interested in getting a one-piece headliner for my '66 coupe and was wondering if anyone in the MD, DC or NOVA area had one. I'm debating between the MTF or TMI suede headliner and would like to see both. I'm coming up with ideas for my car so I just want to see what these look like installed. Thanks for any help.

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I'm interested in getting a one-piece headliner for my '66 coupe and was wondering if anyone in the MD, DC or NOVA area had one. I'm debating between the MTF or TMI suede headliner and would like to see both. I'm coming up with ideas for my car so I just want to see what these look like installed. Thanks for any help.
I'm using the MTF and will try to get you pictures after the weekend, very busy schedule at the moment. I have been pleased with mine.


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Sounds like he wants to see one in person since he named some N/E States.

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Weikelrk, pics are certainly appreciated and thanks for the help but my goal is to see either or both in person. I'm sure id be fine with buying either in the blind but I'd really like to see one in person before pulling the trigger.

'66 Coupe - Pro-touring in the making

289 4bbl
T-5Z
9" TrueTrac 3.70 gears
TCP suspension front and rear
18x8 Wheels and Baer 6P all four corners

And no more money left in my wallet...
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I would contact Rich and see if MTF will be any any shows near you soon. Also he may have some customers near you that he could recommend.

You may want to check out this thread.

Which to choose? MTF or TMI Headliner

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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-02-2016, 12:50 PM Thread Starter
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I'll give them a call and see if they can help me there. I've seen the thread, too but I'd really like to see one in person. I'm actually out in the Palmdale/Edwards area of CA right now if there's anyone with a one-piece headliner out here?

'66 Coupe - Pro-touring in the making

289 4bbl
T-5Z
9" TrueTrac 3.70 gears
TCP suspension front and rear
18x8 Wheels and Baer 6P all four corners

And no more money left in my wallet...
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-08-2016, 03:26 PM
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If it helps, I'm north of you, in Southeastern PA. zip 19355, I have a MTF headliner in my 65 fastback.
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