Stock Interiors...quality? lead time?


  1. swisherred

    swisherred Well-Known Member

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    Jan 19, 2016
    winston salem, nc
    I'm sure several here have used Stock Interiors for some of their items...

    I want to know about the quality, fitment and lead times on ordering a headliner for my fast top. Are they made well? Do they fit well? Do they take years like SMS? Do they have good customer support?
  2. Anthony 71 Paisley

    Anthony 71 Paisley Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Apr 5, 2019
    Long island ny
    I used them for carpet and headliner in my 71 . I think it was 2 weeks total from order to delivery . The molded carpet didnt fit great ( it possible it was my fault ) it needed some extra material for under the rear seat. But I believe the rear seats were recovered in my car so maybe they are just outa shape .... I dunno. The material it self was nice and ordering was simple
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  3. Analog Kid

    Analog Kid Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Dec 22, 2016
    Herndon, VA
    I ordered a headliner from them about a year ago for my '72 Fury. The order process was easy and I think it only took about 2-3 weeks to get. However - I didn't end up using it. It was not the right one for my car. The installer found this out when he went to put it in.

    My car is a PH29 Fury III and I believe the headliner I received was for a PH23. The roofs are different. I don't blame Stock Interiors for this mistake - this was on me however it would have been nice if they used different terminology in their descriptions or at least referenced what the difference was. The two choices I had were the following:

    FURY II, 2 Door Hard Top Formal Roof Bow Style Headliner
    Sport Fury, Gran Fury, 2 door Hard Top Sports Roof Fastback Bow Style Headliner.

    I ordered the Sports Roof Fastback - and it wasn't right. I probably should have called them to get more information but at the time I don't think I was fully aware of how different the roofs were.

    In the end though - it was a blessing in disguise. The material I choose was not the original nor was it the original color. I picked what I thought was as close as I could get...but in hindsight, it wouldn't have looked very good. I think the installer wanted to see a quality job here so he went searching and was able to find the original material and original color from SMS. I think he had a contact for someone high up at SMS so that's how he was able to get it quickly. Side note though - the first headliner they sent him was wrong - it was for a Barracuda and not a Fury. All in all this whole process took about a month.....and the correct headliner was only about $40 more than the one I got from Stock Interiors.

    I still have the Stock Interiors headliner - sitting in a box in my garage....was all ready to get installed with glue and everything. If anyone wants it it's free.
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