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    FREE Headlining Material + adhesive

    Hi

    I recently re-covered my original VR6 headliner with a material I sourced (Martrim.co.uk) that is a fair match to the grey original in texture / colour. Difference next to the original sunroof liner alongside (which I have given a minor clean-up) isn't noticeable under typical lighting -see photo. Comfortably enough left on the roll for one more headliner, plus an unused can of spray adhesive.

    FREE but collection only (Altrincham) South Manchester.

    Cheers
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    Hi - what colour did you go for and how much material did you need ? It’s really only my sunroof that needs re-done. Any help appreciated. Thanks

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    Hi - There were so many shades - they just sent me a few light/mid grey samples in the right material and I picked one but don't have details anymore. Suggest giving Martrim a call they are very helpful.

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    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulV View Post
    Hi - There were so many shades - they just sent me a few light/mid grey samples in the right material and I picked one but don't have details anymore. Suggest giving Martrim a call they are very helpful.

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