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Anyone tried ordering the sunglass holder from the regular Fiesta and retrofitting it to our headliners?

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I'm not sure how they'd find room for a sunroof and a sunglass holder. On the ST, where the sunglass holder would fit is probably where the sunroof motor is which is the reason for one or the other.

For reference, here is one with no sunroof and sunglass holder.


Here is a couple I found on autotrader, all the ones that I saw that have sunroofs look exactly like the ST I saw, no glasses holder.
I would imagine you could dye/paint it dark grey to match the interior trim.
 

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I imagine if you got both the sunglass holder and headliner, it's just a matter of swapping them both over assuming you have a sunroof-less ST but the cost from Ford for those two things would be something like $9,000,000 give or take a little... If you wanted to cut a hole in your headliner for it to test fit then you could just try and find a sunglass holder to add in, I just can't say whether the headliners are the same minus the larger hole. Hopefully Ford will come to their senses and decide that a sunglass holder really doesn't cost that much extra to go ahead and actually start putting it in so I can get one when I get my ST. All it really is is just another larger piece of plastic. Not sure if the headliners are completely different, but if they are it could save money by doing one tooling of the headliner which might negate the extra cost of adding the sunglass holder. :p Or at least add it as an option?
 

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You guys aren't really missing much with the sunglass holder. It won't hold my ballistic lenses (standard oakley m-frames) and I haven't tried putting my ray-bans in yet but its the smaller sunglass holder I have ever seen. Just an FYI
 
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