Find a professional to do it. LOL If it's not something you've done I would look at as many you tube videos as you can find.
it's really easy (but saying that, i've done tons of upholstery work).
Here's some tips:
Nice and thorough instructions, going to attempt this on my Fleetwood also in the near future, that cotton nap does not age well! thanks for the tips!
Should be added to the Help section.
Nothing more valuable than very detail info and instructions
Very Nice Job
Like Tony Says ----Enjoy
I am giving you --the Golden Termistat Award -- for having your info post to the ---HELP --pages
That is big time my friend
I can't be sure but you might be eligable for some other awards on here
Nice Job ---again
Some things I forgot:
As i think of more, i'll comment again. sorry for the broken up reply
Great advice Mark, thanks! I am doing this project on my coupe this spring so your timing could not be better.
Link added to Help Page.
Silly question and a bit late but who sells the best original looking headliner? I see lots of companies out there, some of whom only offer white, black or green? Some offer non original materials cut and sewn to original specs but obviously not original looking. My interior is butternut yellow and tan and I need a tan headliner for '64 series 62 coupe. Car was originally Bahama Sand.