it is easy if the windows are removed and you take your time, damn near impossible with the glass in car. you will need at least one helper to stretch material, steam out wrinkles in folded headlineer before install.
I did mine in a 68 coupe. I read all the posts, got all the right supplies and still wish it was the one thing I had someone more experienced do.
You have to trim the sides down to fit, and cut the rail pockets back to fit. I was very careful but could not for the life of me get the wrinkles out of the back corners by the sail panels. By the time you apply the contact glue you do not have too long to get it right or you wind up making a mess with the glue. I followed advice and bought a LOT (100) of those black butterfly binder clips at an office supply to act as clamps for the edge while you stretch and glue. With that said other members have done theirs and it turned out nice. It's one of those things that you either have the knack or you don't.
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