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PostPosted: July 28, 2012, 8:30 am 
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Phtt !!!

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PostPosted: July 28, 2012, 2:59 pm 
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I do like them and will probably get one when I get closer to that point...but I am WAY to far out to start thinking interior.

It looks like a great product for sure.

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PostPosted: August 13, 2012, 8:00 pm 
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Guy's it look's like the Slick Stock might have hit a break in the relentless heat wave , I certainly hope so. '64Lo-n-Slo is headed there from Daytona Beach, I have to admire his commitment to head out in Aug on that excursion. Check his ride out it's a Tan '64 really great stance.

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PostPosted: August 13, 2012, 9:09 pm 
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Greybeard is right guys. I installed his headliner...even took pics. Just didn't get a chance to post them with everything involved with getting ready. Am in Nashville, TN tonite and will be at Slickstock either Tues evening or early Wed. It's good and warm, but not unbearable. Just ask my passenger when we get there... :oops:


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Well that means you should be rolling through my hood tomorrow morning :D. I have made the trip to Tampa several times this summer and dont know if I would have wanted to do it without AC :D. I am guessing you are rolling up 65 and hanging a left at 64 :D. You are currently " roughly " about 180 miles outside of my driveway :D.




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Uncle Skip wrote:
Well, if you love a guy that makes an effort, stay tuned and see what Paul and I have planned. Don't have a clue how it will turn out, but we'll see. Film at 11.

After seeing Graybeard's rendition installed, I must say it looks great!
It looks like we have some formidable competition, so:
Skip and Friends, along with our myriad marketing associates (you know who they are) are pleased to annouce an expansion of our product line! Understanding that marketing to Slick owners is a somewhat SMALL market, we are taking that LARGE step of pursuing OKLA) (HOMA to uh, head, our advertising and marketing effort!
We are also considering marketing hood ornaments, so are also considering a Down Under advertising director!!! As always, our mission statement will remain QUALITY, QUALITY, QUALITY!!
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how do i go about buying one of these headliners?
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i bet that thing vibrates and rattles like a son of a gun!!!

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i bet that thing vibrates and rattles like a son of a gun!!!


Does the rest of your truck shake and rattle currently?

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Haus wrote:
therealjoeshmoe wrote:
i bet that thing vibrates and rattles like a son of a gun!!!


Does the rest of your truck shake and rattle currently?


yep its 47 years old! lol is there something you put in between the fiberglass to keep it from vibrating?

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Insulation would take care of it I would think.


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PostPosted: September 18, 2012, 11:55 am 
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metal ones vibrate without something as well.

Dynomat cures any issues as well as sound deadening

Now - how do i go about buying one of these headliners please

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Guys, Sorry for the late reply....been preoccupied. No, the headliner does not rattle in my truck AT ALL. I mounted the stereo overhead and was a little concerned...nothing. This thing is an excellent design and fit. The only places it makes contact with the roof are along the outer edges, where it fits tightly. The corner pieces between the rear glass and doors also fit very snugly.

Irl Collins is a straight shooter and his product is exactly the quality he states.


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2 Quick pics of the headliner installed in my truck...

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Very nice. Nice interior treatment to show it off with as well - very clean truck.

I think I could even convince my wife to let me get one of these headliners if I promise to finish off the rest of the interior so well.

How about a website with photos, more info and prices? Just leave out the PHFFFT!'s

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I want one of these for my 64. I do not have a custom cab and wonder if the installation is any less secure without the strips around the door?

Anyone have a picture of one of these headliners in a non-custom cab?

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Think I am going to pull the trigger and go with the headliner. Will update after install.

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Please do. I would like to see what is needed to install one on a 61-64.

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Uh Dan I hate to point this out but um pretty sure the Tan truck in the pictures up there belongs to 64 low n slow whiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiich :D would make it a 61 - 64 :D.


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Uh Dan I hate to point this out but um pretty sure the Tan truck in the pictures up there belongs to 64 low n slow whiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiich :D would make it a 61 - 64 :D.


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Thanks for pointing out my stupidity to the group! :lol: Good catch. :)

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