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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Nov 15th, 16, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Removable Hardtop Connectors , adapters

What connectors or adapters do I need to install a removable Hardtop on my 1967 Corvette Roadster . I don't think my Vet Roadster was made to have removable hardtop . The reason I don't see any connectors on the rear side . Could someone give the 101 explanation on how I can get my vet roadster connected to use a removable Hardtop ?? I am looking everywhere, You Tube , vet forums on a lesson how to install a hardtop and what do I need to do the installation ?? but I cannot find anything , so may you guys can help me out , here !! i know this is a camaro sight but maybe somebody knows something about this here . Thanks in advance , any help would be useful !! zogscamaro
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Nov 17th, 16, 01:39 PM
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Re: Removable Hardtop Connectors , adapters

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What connectors or adapters do I need to install a removable Hardtop on my 1967 Corvette Roadster . I don't think my Vet Roadster was made to have removable hardtop . The reason I don't see any connectors on the rear side . Could someone give the 101 explanation on how I can get my vet roadster connected to use a removable Hardtop ?? I am looking everywhere, You Tube , vet forums on a lesson how to install a hardtop and what do I need to do the installation ?? but I cannot find anything , so may you guys can help me out , here !! i know this is a camaro sight but maybe somebody knows something about this here . Thanks in advance , any help would be useful !! zogscamaro
Rich...attached is a link to the hardtop parts that you would need. I assume you already have the hardtop. Most of the parts should already be attached to it...including weather stripping, windshield seal, deck-lid seal, windshield latches, deck-lid bolt down brackets, etc. The most critical install would be mounting the 4 independent threaded fasteners which attach to the deck-lid and doing it without messing up the fiberglass. The easiest way to find the location for the fasteners would be to set the top in position and mark the deck-lid for each one. Windshield alignment brackets for the guide pins would also need to be installed. I've done this on a '62 and assume it would be similar.
Hard Top - Soft Top / Hard Top / Decklid - C2 Corvette Parts (1963-67)

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