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    WTB: Grey sun visors

    My light (opal?) grey sun visors in the redbird have turned almost to dust. Passenger side much worse than driver side. Perfect would be nice, but clean and not torn at least - I'm trying to make her nice inside.

    If you are still reading: The grey material on the rear deck behind the rear seat is also very fragile. What is a good approach to replacing that? Roof liner material?

    Thanks in advance


    Jon
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonS View Post
    My light (opal?) grey sun visors in the redbird have turned almost to dust. Passenger side much worse than driver side. Perfect would be nice, but clean and not torn at least - I'm trying to make her nice inside.

    If you are still reading: The grey material on the rear deck behind the rear seat is also very fragile. What is a good approach to replacing that? Roof liner material?

    Thanks in advance


    Jon
    Jon,
    I'll keep an eye out for some good ones at Pick N Pull, I'm only 10 minutes from there and visit it regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickleman60 View Post
    Jon,
    I'll keep an eye out for some good ones at Pick N Pull, I'm only 10 minutes from there and visit it regularly.
    Cool, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonS View Post
    Cool, thanks!
    Jon,
    Does your car have a moonroof or not? Makes a difference with the sun visors.
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    I did not know that Keith. Yes I have a sunroof.
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    95 Automatic Red SC

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    I have a pair of grey visors in pretty nice shape. No wear or tears, very slight staining as you can see in the photo's. $40 shipped if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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