anyone instaled a top on a bucket that has never had one? does the interior have to come out to put on any hardware?
all-world1 said:Here's a pic I found of a top....don't know if it's just the angle of the photo, but this top seems like a lower profile than most I've seen.
LumenAl said:I hate getting old... He's a member of the NTBA, nice looking car for sure... Anyway, I'm sure that's a custom fabrication but I did a post at NTBA to locate the owner so hopefully I can put him in contact with you to find out how he built/had it built... Stay tuned!
all-world1 said:Thanks for that. I noticed that most off-the-shelf tops are for full size windshields, so I suppose that if you had a shorty windshield you'd have to have it custom made.
EX JUNK said:The owner of the top that you had pictured is or was a NTBA member he goes by the name POWERGLIDE and he lives on the west coast side of Florida near Tampa if I remember correctly. I used to have his e-mail address but lost it in the change of computers. I'm sorry that I can't help you further.
I got to know him because the primered roadster, that is beside his car in the picture, is mine from a couple of years ago.
dustytrails said:anyone instaled a top on a bucket that has never had one? does the interior have to come out to put on any hardware?