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Re: Two piece Tonneau covers for MGB?

To: "Dan Ray" <>, <mgs@Autox.Team.Net>
Subject: Re: Two piece Tonneau covers for MGB?
From: "Scott McKorkle" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 1998 09:21:57 -0700
Dan's right.  This is what the OEM tonneau was designed for.  In fact, your
son could even leave the passenger half of the cockpit covered and just
fold the driver's half back behind the seat (for that sporty, racing look).
 This makes for a 30-second closure when he parks.

Scott McKorkle
1978 MGB

> From: Dan Ray <>
> To:
> Subject: Re: Two piece Tonneau covers for MGB?
> Date: Friday, August 14, 1998 10:05 AM
> Maybe I'm missing something here, but why doesn't he just leave the
> on and tuck the front part behind the seats for driving? That's what I
> Then when I park, it's just a matter of pulling it out from behind the
> seats, snapping to the dash and sides, and zipping up the middle.
> Dan
> 73B
> > 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.
> >
> >
> >

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