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Old 06-28-22, 09:57 AM
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Originally Posted by datlas View Post
I posted this in SaturnForums and got a reasonable suggestion, but lemme bounce this off any of the thrifty geezer car guys:

The headliner is sagging and has several holes/tears in it. I don't really care about the aesthetics but it's low enough it's touching my head. Google says a DIY headliner replacement is going to take a few hours and I know it will cause me great frustration, so I am seeking a simpler alternative.

Best idea so far is to take out headliner and paint the backing board with latex paint. Seems practical, any comments?
Is there any good reason to paint it even? Even you can't out-thrift me. Glue some magazine pics up there.
Contact paper. Is that still a thing?

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