ABS Headliner – 47-49 GMC Chevy 3100 Truck
These are the best (and most popular) 1947-1949 Chevy Truck - ABS headliner kits on the market. They are meant to replace existing cardboard headliner.
Features of our 1947-1949 Chevy Truck – ABS headliner kit:
- ★ Made from 1/16″ ABS plastic to replace factory cardboard.
- ★ Black in colour with haircell texture finish.
- ★ Comes with (4) ABS pieces
- ★ Can be left exposed, painted or covered with fabric.
- THIS KIT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE CENTER AND REAR METAL BOW STRIPS
Late 47-Early 49 cab identification
- ★ Has a non-floating center trim. The front panel is held in place by the center trim being screwed to the roof center cross member and retained by the front metal window trim.
- ★ Weather stripping around the doors is held in place by a screw on trim. The roof panel is profiled to fit around these screw holes.
- ★ The center trim is located closer towards the front windshield and not as far back as the later years.
- ★ Filler strips were supplied from factory to fill the gaps located on the pillars between the windshield and door weather stripping retainer trim.
The UNICORN cab identification
- ★ This cab falls between the early and late 49 cabs.
- ★ The weatherstripping rubber trim in this cab is held on with the new style slide in retainer that is spot welded to the cab interior face.
- ★ The roof center trim is still the screw in type and located closer towards the front windshield and not as far back as the later years.
- IF YOU HAVE THIS CAB PLEASE ORDER THE UNICORN KIT
|Dimensions||57 × 25 × 25 cm|
|Interior / Exterior|
1300, 3100, Advance Design, Advance Design Era, Carry All, Panel, Suburban, Thriftmaster
1947 – Early 1949, Unicorn Cab
6 reviews for ABS Headliner – 47-49 GMC Chevy 3100 Truck
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I bought the original cardboard kit for my 54 and wasn’t happy with the fit. I bought these, they fit perfect! Definitely recommend them!!
Jeffrey Steinson –
Question on headliner. My 1949 Chevy truck has slide in door seals, but has the screwed in center retainer. Would the 1947-49 kit work ? I’m under the assumption that the front panel is installed and the center piece is screwed over the top of it. Then the rear panel slides into the center retainer. Is this correct? Thanks!
Andy Stanhope (verified owner) –
First class service from my initial enquiry to the prompt delivery to the UK.
Quality item from a quality company. I’ll be a customer again
Lester Hoffman (verified owner) –
Looks good, fits perfect!
Trevor (verified owner) –
Haven’t installed these yet. Look to be a great product.
David Taylor (verified owner) –
Awesome service, excellent product. Customer service was helpful and efficient. As I’m a customer in Australia I was very impressed with the delivery as it only took roughly a week and a half to arrive.
Will definitely be shopping at LS again.