Sprinter Van Headliner Shelf DIY Kit


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  • SAVE 80% - Build your own Headliner Shelf out of plywood for a fraction of the competitors’ price
  • NO MODIFICATION - Drilling not required, final assembly using only hand tools
  • PERFECT FIT - Included paper template ensures your first cut is the only cut you need to make, saving hours over starting the project from scratch
  • MADE IN USA - ISO certified manufacturer ensures your safety on the road
  • GUARANTEED - We’re in this to make van building easier, not harder. If you have any issues, we’ll buy it back from you.

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The Process

Save money with a sprinter van DIY headliner shelf

1. Purchase your kit with FREE 2-day shipping.

headliner shelf DIY template

2. Trace shelf outline from template on your choice of plywood

Simple DIY headliner shelf

3. Cut and bevel with jigsaw

custom sprinter van with headliner shelf

4. Paint or stain to match your interior design

Frequently Asked Questions

A model-year specific, 1-1 scale paper template

Mounting hardware + fasteners

Detailed instructions for construction + installation

Basic woodworking skills: You're already building out a van - this is easy in comparison!

Required tools: Jigsaw, pencil, tape, 3/8" wrench, and a screwdriver with flat head, Philips, T-25 & T-30 Torx bits.

We recommend going with 1/2" Baltic Birch if staining or painting, or 1/2" bamboo plywood if untreating. More details on wood selection in the instructions found HERE

We're in this to help, not hinder. Should you have any issue with our kit, or recommended process, we'll happily buy it back from you.

Generous members of the van community have posted their plans for the headliner gap template HERE!

We don't stock, or have plans for a lower shelf. The reasons for this is the confined feeling that a lower headliner shelf gave, so we focused our energy on what we believe is a perfect balance of storage while not infringing on the cabin area. Freedom of movement is what vans should be about, right? 

Yes. As long as it has the stock headliner, you should be good to go!

What are you waiting for?