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DIY Headliner Replacement

Posted October 28, 2008 12:01 AM by dstrohl

Now that the AMX is running and driving, I might wanna start to consider making it look good. I'm still undecided on how exactly I want to approach the paint and body work (either do it myself, or be lazy and have a shop do it), but I have a complete black AMX interior that I definitely can start to install myself. Only thing that I didn't have was a decent headliner. I did, however, have a shell that needed new fabric. First, the shell needed to be stripped of all the old fabric, foam and glue, then I needed to repair all the cracks and damaged areas, which is easily done with duct tape.

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