I pulled everything out after holding out as long as possible. The headliner was so beat. After pulling it I scraped the headliner clean and that was quite the job. Got it clean and headed over to a fabric store to find my new pattern. Had to make it my own. 10 - 12 feet of headliner is a hell of a lot of real estate so it had to be right. After I did all this just about every YouTube clip and thread I read on here basically said have a professional do it because these long wagon roofs are the biggest PITA to get right. Guess I should have read those first haha. I broke some retainer clips pulling everything out and never had any luck finding new ones. I searched hi and low even on here with pet numbers I never found them. I got help from the whole family and we got the new headliner glued and secured. After that I gave up and the wagon sat for about 8 months due to not finding the clips I needed to complete the job. It seemed insurmountable. I finally called an upholsterer and asked if he could finish the job because I couldn’t bear to see the wagon sitting there doing nothing. I sent him pictures of the clips and he told me he’d have to rig something up because they don’t make them anymore from what he could find. Well I figured if he was gonna rig it then it might as well be me! So this weekend we finally finished it! It’s not perfect and there is a little sag due to the headliner cardboard being warped but I think overall it looks great! What do y’all think? It was a family affair.