Re: New member
Welcome, Mario. Correct year as stated by others. I endorse it as well.
I had exchanged a top and frame on another brand of car and I bolted the new one loosely, rolled up the windows to adjust the top to meet the weatherstripping, tightened the bolts. Then I placed a 2X4 flat on the header, 4 inch side flat, laid the top onto the 2X4, then stapled the window with stainless staples by starting in the middle and pull tight with my fingers and worked to the side windows. Once done, latched the front and had a tight top, bounce a quarter on it, just like an Army/Navy boot camp cot.
My last two suggestions is to leave the top laid up in the sun before stapling. The other is at winter time, disconnect the cylinders from the top frame and retract the rods into the cylinders for rust free safekeeping. You don't need to have a rusty rod damage a seal.
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