Look at a Victoria British catalog in the section for tonneaus and hoods.
It is part number 19-150, 151, or 152.
You also can see them in Horler's "Original Sprite and Midget"on pages 54,
The tonneau bar neatens things up, provides some visual security, and keeps
the rain from puddling on the tonneau.
I plan to make one out of either some bars from an unneeded top frame or
At 10:44 AM 9/8/2009 , Jeff Foster wrote:
>On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 9:36 PM, Bob Spruck<email@example.com> wrote:
>> That is the bracket that attaches the hardtop to the body. It can also be
>> used for a tonneau bar that supports the leading edge of the tonneau cover
>> so that it doesn't belly and hold water. I use it for both purposes on my
>I don't have a tonneau bar for my cover and have never seen one. How
>big a deal is it to fabricate one and does anyone have pictures they
>could share with me?
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