How to Install a Headliner on a 1968 Firebird?

Answer Within most vehicles, the ceiling is covered in what is known as a headliner. The 1968 Firebird is a vintage car and because of its age, the headliner can start to sag. When this happens, the saggi... Read More »

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How to Install a Headliner in a 1968 Camaro?

A headliner is the material that lines the inside of a car roof. With old cars, such as a 1968 Camaro, the headliner can, over time, start to sag. This leads it to hinder the driver when driving, m... Read More »

1968 Firebird Specs?

The 1968 Pontiac Firebird is part of the first generation of Firebirds produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors. Production on this model first began in 1967. The 1968 Firebird is now a c... Read More »

How to Determine a Bad Coil in a 1968 Firebird?

All engines in the 1968 Pontiac Firebird were equipped with a cylindrical-shaped ignition coil. Often, a poor ignition problem is mistakenly attributed to the coil, rather to the more common source... Read More »

How to Replace a Headliner in a 1967 Firebird?

When a car leaves the factory, its headliner is clean, smooth, and held tight against the backing board. Once your Firebird's headliner starts giving out, it's time for a replacement. An upholstery... Read More »