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my next project for our wagon is to install a headliner. when i bought the wagon the prior owner gave me a box full of trim but I don't know if I have all of the pieces. based on what you see in the picture, is everything there? If so, can you tell me where each of these pieces go?

thanks in advance!
 

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the big wide one is part of the rear floor....

next one down goes above the tailgate

next two go above each side big rear windows

curved ones lower left go in the rear cargo area corners

next two c pilars

next two b pilars

little ones never seen before

last ones floor pan next to rear seat/rocker/wheel well area....
 

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awesome, thanks. some questions below:

the big wide one is part of the rear floor....

where exactly on the rear floor? i don't recall a spot where this piece could fit

next one down goes above the tailgate

next two go above each side big rear windows

curved ones lower left go in the rear cargo area corners

next two c pilars

where exactly are the C pillars?

next two b pilars

where exactly are the B pillars?

little ones never seen before

last ones floor pan next to rear seat/rocker/wheel well area....
 

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rear floor between the ribbed stationary floor area and the folding panel for the back seat.... kind of a smoothes out the transistion. The indented screw hole areas fit in the ribs and the other side w the whole edge raised fits over the screw flange for the seat panel


windshield pillar= A pillar

pillar between front and rear doors= B pillar

pillar behind rear door= C pillar

not sure if that's the technical term for them on a wagon, but that's what I call them....

give me a min I'll go snap a pic...


 

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this is extremely helpful, thanks for the info and pictures!

do you know if i am missing any other pieces?
 

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for the headliner that is it, plus the bows... I'm still not sure what those little ones are for... I've owned three first gen wagons and never seen those....
all those pieces are held on by normal chrome interior trim screws.....

then in the front of the headliner (windshield) on mine is a piece of pinch weld moulding trimed to fit.... (stuff like around the doors)
 

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The little ones with a single hole and pointed end are for "A" pillar on 300 and 400 series cars. They are caps to the windshield windlace trim.

If there is a screw hole at the top of the "A" pillar you need them, if not then you don't.
 

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The little ones with a single hole and pointed end are for "A" pillar on 300 and 400 series cars. They are caps to the windshield windlace trim.

If there is a screw hole at the top of the "A" pillar you need them, if not then you don't.
Apparently '65's are different in that area...
 
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