Thanks! I took a spare headliner from a mid to late 70’s era Wagoneer and cut out the section needed for the truck based upon the original we then recovered it with black headliner fabric after coating it with spray adhesive.
We reused the front and back panels- but also recovered them, too. All in all, we were happy with the results.
When it comes to redoing the wagoneer’s headliner, I am going to replicate the same process, but reinforce the wavy parts with fiberglassed metal to stop the sag.
NOS vinyl floor is in- so is the bench seat.
Next up mounting the gas pedal to the floor. It’s already attached to the accel. cable and functional.
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