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Re: Hardtops

To: Dan Pockrus <>
Subject: Re: Hardtops
From: Bud Krueger <>
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 16:48:15 -0500

     I have a Parrish hardtop on my 77B.  I put on in mid-Novermber, just about
the time that the weather warmed up and I would have driving top-down.  I'll
probably leave it on until about the first of March.  It's a very snug fit with
a new set of seals that I was able to get from SmoothLine.  It makes the B's
heater into a very effective device and actually allows one to hear the stereo
channels.  I bought it used for $400.  Well worth the money, IMHO.  Makes my 110
mile/day commute a lot more comfortable in the winter.

Bud Krueger

Dan Pockrus wrote:

>         I've noticed there's been a lot of discussion about replacement
> seals for hardtops around here lately. I've never really considered a
> hardtop since they're seldom needed here in Texas, but the fact that I'm
> about to put the B in the paint shop has started me thinking about picking
> one up before painting so that I can have it painted to match at the same
> time. How many vendors are there for hardtops, and, for those of you who
> have them, what do you like or dislike about the top you have?
> Dan Pockrus
> '74B almost down to bare metal

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