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Old 16th January 2022, 01:11   #11
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Yes the foam backing is already attached.
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Old 16th January 2022, 13:10   #12
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Found it, Martrim Range Rover Oatmeal: https://www.martrim.co.uk/car-trimmi...art=add&id=901. You can request a sample.
Martrim Oatmeal was a perfect match for my Rover 25, in which I refurbed the headlining last summer. I posted something about the job on another forum:

https://www.mg-rover.org/threads/rov....872428/unread
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Found it, Martrim Range Rover Oatmeal: https://www.martrim.co.uk/car-trimmi...art=add&id=901. You can request a sample.
Martrim just happen to be about 20 miles south of me down the M6. A few years ago my nephew in Switzerland was doing a (maiden) refurbish of an early series Land Rover he'd had given to him by relations in Cornwall and asked me to source a material for the headlining - different sort of job to our R75's/ZT's but it was a great match. Did a fine job of the rebuild and then shipped the LR and all their personal possessions into a container when he decided to up sticks to Western Australia 6 or so years back; only recently sold on the LR (got a very decent price for it too).
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