The window can easily be replaced by a shop that does convertible tops.
Another source is a shop the does cabin covers for boats. It's much cheaper
a new top.
Chris Chandler wrote:
> I have an older (was new 8 years ago) top with extremely badly yellowed
> windows. Is it possible to clean them up (noting that windwx didn't do a
> bit of good last night) or have the window portion replaced? I can't see
> junking it considering what these things cost...
> Any ideas appreciated!
> While on the subject, which type of top frame should a '70 have? Scissor?
> Or one of the other ones? I have one of each as spares (somehow???) plus a
> scissor type that was on the car when I bought it.
> Chris Chandler
> '70 MGB Roadster
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