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Old 06/08/07, 09:37 PM   #76
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Here are a few more pictures
1 sun roof mode.
2 the new rear dash option when using the stock type bulk head.
3 rear dash from inside with rear window moved forward.
4 full top with doors and in need of a good paint job.
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Old 06/08/07, 09:51 PM   #77
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jason, did or can you get a pic without the rear section and no doors? that may give me a good idea.
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Old 06/09/07, 08:21 AM   #78
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Here are a few more pictures
1 sun roof mode.
2 the new rear dash option when using the stock type bulk head.
3 rear dash from inside with rear window moved forward.
4 full top with doors and in need of a good paint job.
Looks nice!!!!

Question...are the windows just behind the doors are part of the frame work? I guess I wondering if they come off when you take the rest of the canvas off.

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Chuck changed the picts on the first post look at them again the picts you are looking for are their.

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Old 06/10/07, 08:18 AM   #80
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Looks nice!!!!

Question...are the windows just behind the doors are part of the frame work? I guess I wondering if they come off when you take the rest of the canvas off.

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They are part of the frame work. They can be removed but are the foundation (stabilizing force)for all the other parts and the roof rack. Also the front edge of the window frame is where the stock door rubber mounts. The window frame also stabilizes the windshield frame through the above door metal parts. The whole top including the side window comes off with 10 bolts

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Old 06/10/07, 11:02 AM   #81
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A very nice top Chuck, it looks like a lot of thought and energy went into it. We are all grateful for your efforts.

I'm patiently waiting until you get the ball rolling on production, and will order one in white.

Outstanding!!!

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Any word on the completion date?

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The sew shop was here yesterday to rap things up and I hope to have a price in the next day.

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Old 06/28/07, 10:57 AM   #84
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Hey Chuck, were you able to get a price and timeline for the top? Thanks.
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Old 06/28/07, 07:21 PM   #85
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Yes I got a price from the sew shop. $800 for the canvas part. That's canvas only and does not include the frame. I am waiting for the paterns now to take to other places to see if I can get the price down. Sorry about the delay. I hope to get this worked out next week.

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Old 07/05/07, 08:00 PM   #86
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you'd think it was raw silk embroidered with a nude chick as nose art or sum-thin for those prices!

Those canvas shops think they can charge WHAT EVER they want and we will all pay it!

Good luck! I hope ya find an honest shop... and soon

keep up the good work!

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Thanks, I won't pay that much. I think the guy is honest and does a good job but does not understand about pricing. I will pick up the top and paterns tomorrow and maybe get q better price. If not I will be looking for someone else to make them.

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chuck how about this:
go find a marine canvas shop or mobile guy.


there a abunch around me, but i live on a lake....

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I had not thought about a mobile guy. I will look into that and the boat shop. I might be able to buy a machine and hire a guy to run it also. Even if it took 8 hrs and I paid a guy $20 per hr. plus the about $200 for parts that would be only $360. Wonder how much for a good used machine. More later

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Old 07/07/07, 12:38 PM   #90
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Well, yer in TX now...

Ever thought about use'n some of the guys to the South!

I think that on American Hot Rod "Gabe's" started in ol Mexico and moved to the USA later in life.

I could be wrong but I THINK the labor is cheaper down there... and if what the guys at "Gabe's" are do'n is an accurate example of craftsmenship I wouldn't think it would comprimise any quality!

Besides, I think the better engine blocks come from Mexico... so why not the Tops also!

regardless, GET THAT PUPPY on the market! I need a top soon!


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