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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to renovate the entire Morris Minor interior with focus on removing the headlining ...
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Removing the Morris Minor Interior Headlining Part 1/3
Now the glue’s going off from the front door panel and I thought we’re going to make a start on removing the head lining. Here’s the door panel I’ve already done. This is my practice one looks quite good with the parting ready, very simple, no nonsense. It looks really good especially against the blue obviously, whoever—doing your car. Your interior should accentuate your color that looks—as well with the extra back padding on is thicker than the standard so hopefully—sound a bit. It says to remove all your seats to the head lining. My interiors have been removed because—and the body work so it says you’re supposed to remove the back window to do the headlining. It might, I have to come to that although it will look and doesn’t that a very nice job that we’ve been doing but we’ll see.
Backseats out plus the shelf rest there, you got a panel that has got cup with self-tuckers and it holds that on that one that goes there and that’s already out--. And that reveals these steel cables, one there, one there, one here and another one on the other side. What we do is we’ll unscrew them. I’m going to see if it fits without taking them in there. It’s not looking very promising although everything is possible depends on how comfortable you are. I’m taking the back windows out. I’ve already taken them out once when I did the paint work so we shall see if it’s possible. Pull that end it screws there apparently, fold that in and back and this is the bit that it says remove the window for. So we’ll just—let’s probably going to do is pull it out. Here across the top, so we got one, two on every few inches. If I can pick one off to see how it comes off then we might stand the chance of doing it where I take the window.
I’m seeing here, the hook’s got to be pulling backwards because the headline I’ll be putting this way. It’s not going to make do it without taking the window out. Well keep yourself organized just take the back window out and then we’ll cover--. I’m not going to—without chopping my fingers out when having probably—at the prime again. I’ll get ready to take the window out and we come back.
I thought you’re going to see the body—that I put this window with new rubbers and—without the rubbers. Bit of rubbers might be a bit more difficult so maybe you’ll drop new ring screen rubber and just knife to open up. This window goes inwards. It’s different for most cars. There’s the lid that house the rubber and what I’m doing is pushing the rubber up, tacking it behind the—body work all the way around. What I’ll do is I’ll do it from the back here to the same side, the other side. Should not have to this—we can pull the ring screen in from the bottom and it will fall down. So I get the rubber pushed through like that all the way around and we’ll come back and see—pushing to get the ring screen off.
I’ve pushed all the ring as I was showing you on camera and the window is starting to go in already. Don’t forget you ask someone inside to catch it if you cannot do it that way. And it’s starting come loose already. So that goes in actually very difficult top. If you’re going to do it in an old rubber make sure you have knife this off and just put a new one in especially if you’re going this far as doing your headlining.