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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 3/3
I thought I want to put anymore, the glass already out. That will do nicely. Now I want to move to the front and work at that comes off because that’s obviously two more—to get that off. So we’ll get down to the front, swap positions. We’re moving on to the front now. It’s not very pleasant world, I’m inside the car. Definitely take your seats out. It gives you a lot more room. I’ve got this one in. There are still cables that come down the front down the—and come at the side and there’s a little screw under there. I’ve already undone it and I’ve already tied the string through it. So hopefully we can—now that’s ready to come out. Now apparently there’s a place up here. This is the top all back there that holds the—edge of the headlining in place. So that’s the price in there cover the—around in the dark and that should be out.
Don’t forget to disconnect your batteries so that if you’ve got any wires hanging down, live wires. There are two hooks there. Nothing ever goes totally smooth in especially when it comes to cars. The only hooks are on the end but being naughty out of sight. That hook’s up, like that. So basically you need to just get your wood in there. Get your screw driver in there or probably the back side of a hacksaw blade. Jam it in and allow it to slide over the top. If I now have some more repairs to do. I think we brought a little bit of skinny wood we can brace that with. So let’s get rid of the wires out. Don’t forget to disconnect your battery and tie a knot.
So now we’re going to pull the cable out the side, hopefully and the string, wonderful. Remember those nasty little metal clips, I’ll probably going to have to find a way of gluing them back on the--. I will just put them in a slightly different position, another inch further along so there in the good wood, not the repaired wood. So it’s just the metal barbs on—see that—just turn it so it goes then it will come out. Probably could step outside to—there. I’m going to keep this hold on tight because this is quite—probably miss anything. Next we’ll just turn the—base and if it’s missing on it turn back in. I’ll get myself organized and we’ll comeback when we move in on to the next peek.