Hmm I didn't know that they made full tonnoues that didn't zip in the
middle. I have one for my '75, it has lift-a-dots that hold it snug behind
the seat when you have it half zipped off.
Director, Client Services, Central
PSW Technologies, Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
> Behalf Of Dan Pockrus
> Sent: Friday, August 14, 1998 8:24 AM
> To: 'MG List'
> Subject: Two piece Tonneau covers for MGB?
> My son insists that he saw a two-piece tonneau cover on a late
> RBB the other day. According to him, the rear of the cover was like a
> standard top cover, with a full-length zipper that went from side to
> side. The owner fetched the front half of the tonneau from his trunk,
> zipped it on, and hooked it in the front. Loyal Son asked the owner were
> he got it, and was told it came with the car when he bought it from the
> This cover appealed to Loyal Son greatly, because now he drives
> with the top down and the top cover on. When he gets to school, he takes
> off the top cover, opens the boot, puts in the top cover, and takes out
> the tonneau cover. Installs tonneau cover and goes inside to school.
> Afternoon procedure is reverse of morning procedure. He figures that a
> two-piece tonneau would save him a heap of time since he only has to zip
> on and snap the front half.
> The big question - does anyone else have one of these, or did he
> see a one-off product of an upholstery shop. If this is a commercial
> product, does anyone have a source?
> Dan Pockrus
> Systems Integration Engineer
> Efficient Networks, Inc.