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Trans Am & Firebird Bow Headliner
Magazine Article.



In 1967 - 1974 General Motors used what is called the "Bow Style" headliner. This cloth based unit was suspended and stretched into place by a series of bows. In mid year 1974 GM switched to the cardboard style headliner. For owners of the first generation and early second generation the bow head liners however presented a challenge when you go to install a new replacement unit.

We ran across this technical "how to" article from an old issue of Performance Muscle Cars. Issue date is not known but the Author & Photographer is Jim McGowan. We hope this will prove to be useful in replacing your bow headliner at home.






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Note: Clicking an image will bring up a LARGER view for reading. Clicking the number of the page below it will bring up the FULL PAGE view just as it appeared in the magazine, so a DSL connection is suggested. You can then print it off and supplement your own f-body information archives!

You can PRINT this out on your printer and the image will appear as a FULL PAGE just as it did in the magazine.



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