Re: Chinese Headliners (lucaq)
quote:[HR][/HR]I have a friend in hong kong now and i was trying to get him to see about getting a freight container. I know that there are some restrictions. I could care less about headliners, your local sunroof shop can install a nice velour headliner for like 15$ so it is worthless to waste my time getting a china one, what i want something else (i am not going to tell and ruin it for myself and my business partners) off the new china jettas, i have a friend that is looking into importing stuff now.[HR][/HR]
Actually, you and your business partners could probably sell a whole container full of headliners. In case you hadn't noticed, most (all?) mk2 cars suffer from clapped out headliners. It's not so much a matter of having someone re-cover it for $15, but having a good foundation to begin with. More than likely, it will cost $100-150 for a professional repair cracks and re-cover. I know PLENTY of mk2 owners who would gladly pay that much (or more) for a brand spankin' new headliner. BTW, Golf 2-door (with sunroof) headliners are not available in North America and haven't been for some time.
Oh well. Maybe you and your partners will find enough people willing to buy a container full of Chinese mk2 Corrado-style dashes... Didi I say that out loud?