how good does upholstery glue stick to it?
From: Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: headliner dimensions Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 15:32:14 -0600
But thanks for the idea on the vinyl bath wall material. Always looking for an easier way out. But does that mean you can take a bath in your VW if you use this stuff?
At 03:06 PM 3/28/2006, you wrote:FYI!you can use the vinyl bath wall sheets made in 1/16 & 1/8 thick sheets
in 4*8 sheets, very flexible, door panels,headliners,many other uses in
upholstery,you can also dye it.I've done many cars w/ this stuff,Adan
Aguirre,817-939-1929 cell GET IT @ HOME DEPOT,LOWES,by the way I've
finnished the INTERIOR IN 1938 PLYMOUTH ON NAC SHOW WKEND LOOKS COOL !!!
-----Original Message----- From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Sammie Smith Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 2:38 PM To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: headliner dimensions
If you are replacing these things as original (grey cardboard/panel board)
your best bet is to order the replacements from Wolfsburg West. They don't
cost much and they fit perfectly. I have successfully, but with lots of
work, made them from the panel board that you build door panels out of
after making a pattern with poster board. But let me tell you, it ain't
worth the effort. And if you are trying to make it out of the 1/8 birch
panel board, good luck. That stuffs too thick. It just won't bend enough
where it needs to bend. By far the easiest is to get the reproduction ones
from Wolfsburg, start feeding them from the back into the tracks and push
them in. If you are trying to put them in from the bottom, which is what
you have to do in a single cab, then good luck. It's a lot of work and you
are probably going to tear up one or two before you get them in.
At 12:36 PM 3/28/2006, you wrote: >Does anyone have a template for the headliner over the driver/passenger >section ofthe '63 bus?