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Hi, I have a 1999 SLK230 and my headliner wrinkled because of the leak from the hydraulic line. I'm getting the kit to repair the leak from Marty, however, I'm looking for a good shop to redo my headliner. Any suggestions in the Bay Area?

The new headliner from Mercedes will costs around $230 shipped but it will take awhile for it to be delivered to me.

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If you got oil on the cardboard base you will not be able to have it recovered. Glue will not stick, I tried sealing mine with everything and could not get anything to stick to the area with oil on it. So I could not glue the new headliner material. Had to order new one for Mercedes mine took about 4-5 weeks to come in and if you can get it for around $250 that's a good deal. I paid $270 and that was the cost though my service shop discount. I think list is about $350. Good luck :):)

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