Headliners & Headliner Trim

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If you’re a classic car enthusiast, you know that one of the most important parts of any restoration is ensuring that the interior looks and feels as authentic as possible. That’s where headliners and headliner trim come in. These integral components of any classic car’s interior not only provide insulation and soundproofing, but they can also add an extra level of style and elegance to your vehicle.

What is a Headliner?

A headliner is the material that covers the roof of your car’s interior. Its main function is to provide insulation and reduce noise, but it also adds a level of aesthetic appeal to your car’s interior. There are typically two types of headliners: One consists of a fabric material stretched over a foam backing, and it is held in place by the headliner board, which is attached to the roof of the car. The other style is a “hung” style headliner that consists of fabric material supported with metal rods or “bows” through sleeves sewn on the backside of the fabric material. These rods or “bows” then attach to the roof of the car and the fabric is pulled taunt to give a smooth appearance. Over time, headliners can begin to sag or tear, which can require replacement.

How are Headliners Made?

At Legendary Auto Interiors, we pride ourselves on producing high-quality headliners that are durable and built to last. Our headliners are made using the original manufacturer specifications for each car’s specific make, model, and year. We start by sourcing the highest quality materials, including heavy weight fabric, foam backing, and thread. The headliner is then cut to size and sewn together, ensuring that the end product perfectly fits your car’s interior. Our headliners are known for their long-term durability, providing years of use and enjoyment for classic car enthusiasts.

Why are Headliners Important?

Not only do headliners play a crucial role in reducing noise and providing insulation for your car’s interior, but they are also an important part of the overall aesthetic of your classic car. The fabric and color of the headliner can significantly impact the look and feel of your car’s interior, so it’s essential to choose the right one. Furthermore, a sagging or torn headliner can be a safety hazard, potentially obscuring your view while driving and providing an uncomfortable driving experience.

What is Headliner Trim?

In addition to the headliner itself, headliner trim is also an important part of any classic car restoration project. Headliner trim refers to the material that covers the areas surrounding the headliner, such as the pillars and sun visors. Trim can come in a variety of materials, including vinyl, cloth, or leather. The trim provides a finished look to your car’s interior, and it can also help to hide any imperfections in the headliner itself.

Choosing the Right Headliner and Trim

When it comes to choosing the right headliner and trim for your classic car restoration project, there are several factors to consider. First and foremost, you need to ensure that the headliner and trim are made to the original manufacturer specifications for your car’s model, make, and year. This will ensure that the end product fits perfectly and looks authentic. Additionally, you should consider the type of material used for both the headliner and trim, as well as the color and texture. The material should be durable and long-lasting, providing years of use and enjoyment. The color and texture should complement your car’s overall aesthetic, enhancing its beauty and elegance.

Contact Us to Learn More

Headliners and headliner trim are an essential part of any classic car restoration project. These components not only provide insulation and reduce noise, but they can also add a level of style and elegance to your car’s interior. Contact Legendary Auto Interiors today to learn more about our headliner and headliner trim options and get started on restoring or upgrading your car’s interior.

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