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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-21-2004 06:48 PM
Hot Rod Hellion BeBops makes a pretty cool one (for chopped windshield posts)

I bought my body from these guys and am very happy with it
02-12-2004 03:25 PM
deuce_454 a fibre glass top will only fold once! if i were you id take the car to the local interior shop and have them sew up a new top with your old une as pattern. and drive open till then.
02-11-2004 06:36 PM
convertible top vs. hard top

I have a 29 ford roadster and the top needs work I would
like to know if anyone knows where i might get one of those
fiberglass tops and if it would be better to replace the rag top
I have now? sure does get alot of wind around the top of the
windshield . By the way it is a fiberglass body with a small
block chevy . would like any suggestions
Thanks BillyR

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