The Jensen’s Headlining Act

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Much like any good festival, our Grey 1957 Jensen 541R also needed a headliner.

In car terms, this just means the fabric fitting that coats the ceiling and gives it that finished look.

Our trim shop experts Kath and Brian have recently applied the headliner. First off they installed metal beams and padding to alleviate any rattling inside the vehicle. After this was fitted, the headlining fabric was installed, pulled tight, heated, and glued in place leaving holes for the interior lights.

The Jensen has also had foam padding added to the parcel shelf, vinyl glued into the front A posts, vinyl added to the dashboard, and holes left for the air vents.

Share this post
Enjoyed this article by Craig Ranson?
Email Craig Ranson