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OK...I'm confused!

what's the difference between a '67 2 door coupe and a '67 2 door hardtop?? Is there also a '67 2 door sport coupe?
 

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I know what you mean. There's only 2 types. A soft top,(convertible), and a hard top, (coupe). I think it's just a people definition thing. The tom-ato, tom-oto thing.


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There are two that I know of, not camaro but look at chevelles and there are two. One has no window frame on the door and the other has a frame that holds the window when in the up postion.



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[This message has been edited by mo67cam (edited 11-26-2001).]
 

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I think the correct terms are:"sedan"-with window frames and "hardtop"-without window frames.That's how the Hollander's interchange book distinquishes between the two styles.I think the term "hardtop" was first used around 1955 when GM began building 4-door cars with no window frames.

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on camaros the vent windows were standard till 67, then in 68 they were removed permanently. I didn't think that it was really and option on the cars. I thought that it was the same for chevelles. maybe not.
 
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