Probably marginal, since it's not reinforced steel.
OTOH, it's a little more theft protection (can't be opened with a knife), a
little more sealed from the elements, and I have to say it's easier to look
through the rear window than the soft top. The softtop has both the frame
in the way, and the not-as-clear plastic.
But that's mainly for periods (winter) when there wouldn't be much top-down
driving anyway. Unfortunately the shell does not store in the trunk.
At 01:53 AM 12/3/99 EST, Speedo79@aol.com wrote:
>PS. What kind of protection does a fiberglass top afford the driver without
>a rollbar in the event of a roll-over? Slim to none?