We don't make any vinyl headliners or original cloth headliners, our headliners are made from a newer polyester type of material.
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1949 to 1951 Ford 2 and 4 door sedan replacement headliner

1949 1950 1951 Ford 2 or 4 door sedan replacement headliner

If you have 6 panels/ 5 metal rods in your car, you probably have the 49-51 Ford Tudor "Shoebox" sedan.

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$137.45
Select the number of panels/metal rods in your headliner
Is your car a 2 or 4 door
Select the color for your headliner
1600 White 2378 aura pearl flatknit 2037 Oatmeal 2002 Lt Neutral 6000 Sandbeige flatknit (saddle) 1854 Chestnut 1908 Crystal Blue 2173 Light Graphite 1891 Light Gray 2005 Medium Gray 2119 Opal (sand grey) 2483 Charcoal Flatknit 1998 Ruby (dark red) 2325 dove grey flatknit 2334 medium grey flatknit
Select the amount of extra yardage of headliner
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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1949, 1950 and 1951 Ford 2 and 4 door sedan (will not fit the Ford Tudor 2 door) replacement bowstyle (sewn in) headliner. The headliner for the Ford 2 door sedan is made of cloth material with thin foam backing (adds insulating value and makes for easier installation), and has 1 1/2 inch listing (cloth loop) sewn into it for installation.

You can choose your color and options for your Ford Sedan from the option 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 1949-51 Ford 2 door sedan headliner has (most popular) 8 panels/7 metal rods. A few models had 6 panels/5 metal rods - the metal rods are in the roof of the car and are for installing the headliner in your car.