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  1. mwilson7

    71 Mach 1 Headliner Finished Detail

    Yes, it wraps around the forward flange on the rear window
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    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Glad I could help. Take your time and as you paint many light coats are much better than fewer heavy coats.
  3. mwilson7

    Sail Panel Install for a 71 Mach

    I’ll definitely be there. Hope to see you again and chat. I can’t wait for the interior to be completed.
  4. mwilson7

    Sail Panel Install for a 71 Mach

    Did you do the install and if so how did it go?
  5. mwilson7

    Stainless Trim on Deluxe Door Panels

    I removed 3 sets of this trim from door panels to get the best pieces and I didn’t break any of them. I’m always careful with things like that. Best piece of advice I can give you is when seating them do not pull the tabs but push them from the stainless steel trim side. I saw someone...
  6. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    This is the interior paint I used from NPD. I used 6 cans of white between the door panels and pieces, quarter trim panels, headliner molding and a pillar pieces...
  7. mwilson7

    71 Mach 1 Headliner Finished Detail

    Paul, the wind lace is a great idea! Very little heat was used.
  8. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    From what I can tell it is the same color and I’m extremely happy with the SEM paint and how it matches the color of the headliner. My advise is to watch the YouTube videos on the prep work and follow the 4 step process. Be patient and go with many light coats vs. fewer heavy coats.
  9. mwilson7

    71 Mach 1 Headliner Finished Detail

    Here’s my freshly installed headliner pictures.
  10. mwilson7

    Sail Panel Install for a 71 Mach

    Late tot he party Marc but I posted pictures of my install a couple weeks ago. It was pretty easy and straight forward. Pictures can be found at the link below. https://7173mustangs.com/threads/interior-color-change-winter-project-neat-surprise.42051/
  11. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Thank you, I’m really happy with how much I got done and how it turned out. Can’t wait for the seats!
  12. mwilson7

    Parts Wanted Beware of this Scammer

    He sent me multiple emails on the parts I was looking for and I had reported him
  13. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Last update for a while due to upcoming trip. Installed the glass tonight and will take a few weeks off. Hopefully seat covers will be done in that time and I’ll get my rear moldings back.
  14. mwilson7

    Parts Wanted Passenger side fastback interior rear quarter panel

    Thanks but no thanks. I’d rather restore a used piece.
  15. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Door panels are done and ready to go in and 1 inner trim panel completed and test fitted. Plan on installing rear glass today and bolt the completed rear panel in. I’ll be taking a break until February due to travel, seat cover lead time and the lack of passenger side rear trim panel.
  16. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Finished the one correct inner trim panel that I have. Still looking for another one.
  17. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    So I spent yesterday working on my Just Dashes door panels which turned out to be junk. The wood grain insert didn’t fit, the lock knob chrome area was completely incorrect,the door pull handle area was wrong and door handle cup just wouldn’t fit. The last straw was when I cut the power...
  18. mwilson7

    Parts Wanted Passenger side fastback interior rear quarter panel

    Does anyone have a 71 passenger side inner quarter panel for a fastback? Color isn’t that important but it needs to be a 71 without the seatbelt hole. Picture below shows the drivers side part for reference.
  19. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Moving right along with the installation of the rear inner panels along with the sail panels. I did have to modify my sail panels due to the rear window defrost. Installation was fairly simple as long as I took my time. I’ve got to wait a few days for the weatherstrip adhesive to arrive so...
  20. mwilson7

    Interior color change winter project - neat surprise

    Well I followed the SEM process and am extremely pleased with the results so far. Coverage and adhesion is awesome and all the colors match. Painted everything above the belt line so far and will take care of the inner quarters and fold down seat pieces over the next couple days.
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