1953 to 1954 Chevrolet Belair 2 or 4 door sedan replacement headliner

1953 1954 Chevrolet Belair 2 or 4 door headliner
1953-54 Chevy 210/belair headliner

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$141.45
Is your car a 2 or 4 door?
Select the color for your headliner
1600 White 1625 Off White 2037 oatmeal headliner sample 2144 shale 1897 Antelope headliner sample 2002 Lt Neutral 2224 light parchment 1673 Yellow 1771 Desert Tan 2183 light oak 1828 Sand Beige 1755 Saddle 2013 lt driftwood 2188 Chestnut 1787 Beechwood 1726 nutmeg 1817 Honey 2081 Med Neutral 1770 Cadet Blue 1999 Lapis Blue 1665 Dark Blue 1747 Light Quicksilver 1927 Light Titanium 2173 Light Gray 1891 Light Gray 2005 Medium Gray 1784 Sand Grey 2095 Light Opal 2140 Med Dk Pewter 1883 Charcoal 2001 Graphite 1559 Black 1932 Dark Red 1872 Scarlet Red 1998 Dark Ruby 1855 Garnet 1865 Cordovan 1666 Claret
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1 3M adhesive 2 3M adhesives 3 3M adhesives
Most cars take around 10 feet of windlace per door - 2 doors should be around 20 ft, etc.- if you need less, phone us
This option is for recovering existing visors; if selected - ship visors to WLS Headliners, 36 Talmadge Dyal Road, Hazlehurst GA 31539. We will wait for your visors to come, then ship headliner and visors together back to you.
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1953 and 1954 Chevrolet Belair 2 or 4 door sedan (not for the Belair hardtop version) replacement sewn panel headliner. The 1953-54 Chevy Belair headliner is made of cloth material with thin foam backing (adds insulation and makes for eaiser installation), and has 1 1/2 inch listing (cloth loop) sewn in for the metal rods.

You can choose the color you want and any options you may need for your Chevy 4 door from the list. If we don't have your classic car headliner, go to this page and enter your information, our expert trimmers will make you a custom fit headliner for your car.

The 1953-54 Chevrolet Belair 2 and 4 door headliner has 9 panels - there should be 8 metal rods (bows) in your car for installation.