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Fixing up my headliner ('96)

Discussion in 'Explorer - Ranger Interior Accessories' started by 96Green, May 27, 2017.

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    1. 96Green

      96Green Active Member

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      1996 XLT V8
      The headliner in my '96 XLT has seen better days, so I decided to pull it out and clean it up.

      Our subject, complete with coffee stain thanks to the P/O.
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      Gosh, this interior does look naked without the headliner in!
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      Making the headliner BLAAAAACK.
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    3. 96Green

      96Green Active Member

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      1996 XLT V8
      Getting this ****ing thing back in was a filthy ****ing ***** of a ****. ...****.
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      It really is a two person job.
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      Finally got it back in, and... damn if it doesn't look half decent!
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      It's BLAAAAAACK.
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