Although they aren't Fred's, I came across some pictures of a TR3 hardtop
interior that were sent to me some time ago. I apologize that I can't give
credit to the owner/photographer but I didn't keep that information (Doug?).
It is of an older installation but gives you a starting point.
If Fred (or anyone else) has some pictures of their hardtop interior
installation, please forward them either in jpg or gif format to me and I'll
put them on my site. If they are hard copy, email me for an address.
(There is also a picture of two different TR3 tool roll presentations I took
at the VTR SE Regional last year.)
Hope this helps.
From: radams@ArkansasUSA.com [mailto:radams@ArkansasUSA.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 1999 12:35 AM
To: Musson, Carl
Subject: Re: TR3 Hard Top
> -----Original Message-----
> From: radams@ArkansasUSA.com [mailto:radams@ArkansasUSA.com]
> Sent: Monday, August 16, 1999 9:55 AM
> To: Randall Young; Triumphs (E-mail)
> Subject: TR3 Hard Top
> Hello List!
> I'm in the rocess of restoring the steel hardtop for my '60 TR3A. I
> haave yet to see any good pictures of what these look like restored on the
> inside. I have 'heard' that they had flocking on the inside, some say a
> foam cover, yet my unrestored top has a thick 'rubbery' spatter paint
> finish. I will more than likely finish it out to my own taste because of
> all the horror stories i have heard about how much they resonate every
> little sound. much like riding in a bass drum! However, My ife want's
> take a trip from arkansas to ohio (1,000 miles) in october so i want the
> finished. Does anyone have any good inside pictures of the hardtops?