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Thread: Roof lining

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    Roof lining

    Right.

    After twenty three years clinging to the roof it would appear that the only thing holding my roof lining up is the seal around the sunroof and two small plastic pegs at the centre-point. I've decided that the best thing to do is to take it off, scrape out the old adhesive and put something a little unusual back in its place.
    Have a few ideas but the favourites are;

    Beer bottle labels
    Album/ singles covers
    Movie posters
    Band posters

    All will obviously be mounted on a new vinyl sheet but can't really decide which one, any thoughts?

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    Re: Roof lining

    movie posters would be pretty cool

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    or beer mates

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    A mixture of all would be cool

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    Re: Roof lining

    Quote Originally Posted by whereufromnosecity View Post
    A mixture of all would be cool
    might look a bit too busy id stick to one theme but it might look out of place if nothing else on the car matches
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    Re: Roof lining

    I was thinking of doing something similar for the interior panels in my camper but along the lines of 70's comics
    It's strange what you discuss over a few beers

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    Re: Roof lining

    would look snazzy in the camper
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    I've got it.............
    Advertisements, brochures ,spec info of the mk2, now that would be cool

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    Re: Roof lining

    Stu you're a feckin genius. I'm on fleebay roight now.

    Wrighty the inside of the car looks like a wheeled pub so the labels wouldn't be too out of place!
    The worst thing about chocolate body paint is the bellybutton lindt.

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    Why, thank you kind sir.......but you're right i am

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