Two-piece head liner kit for 1960-1970 Mini traveller. Very early cars had a light grey material, all other had the cream-crackle (but other colors are available).
From the Manufacturer:
Mini Travellers of this period had a two-piece headlining frame with the canopy glued and stapled to them. Early cars often used the light grey material, but after 1962 all cars had the Cream crackle material used predominantly on the MKI Coopers. These frames are no longer available, so make sure you keep them safe during restoration.
This model was also used on early Clubman models before this changed into a one-piece headlining.
From the manufacturer:
Basically the sewn headlining is fixed to the frames by loops which are held with office type staples and the outer edges are turned over the frames and glued in place.Obviously, these frames are fairly flexible, so when fitting the headlining, we would suggest that you carry out the work in a warm environment so the material is not to hard to stretch. Another tip is to use a hair dryer to soften the material slightly if any stubborn creases are found particularly near the corners.