- Aug 25, 2006
I understand your concern however consider this;You guys have done so much work on this, I hate to ask for more, but I'm hesitant to do any drilling on the car. Is there any way you can post just a couple of more pics showing a closer shot of the actual attachment points? I'm sending my car up to gt guys this week and trying to collect just a little more info. A close up of the header bar and quick connect fasteners behind the seat would be a huge help.
thanks so much,
The gal did not come with the solicited top because it was never finished however if it had been there would have been the applicable holes drilled.
In this case there are a couple small holes drilled in the front header within the trough that secures the recessed bar to which the front of the canvass slides into and then at the rear behind the headrest there is a solo hole drilled on both sides with a Riv-Nut is installed which is used to secure the rear assembly in position; an assembly that has a true glass back window.
When you remove the top the holes behind the seat are not only hidden but there is also a nice thumb screw that is inserted so that it looks nice. As for the retaining bar located in the front trough; there is no reason for it to ever be removed.
Now it is not my desire to encourage anything but rather to share that once integrated it looks nice and serves at least 3 significant purposes;
1.Sun screen for the summer during which the A/C can be used and enjoyed
2.An element of security aka peace of mind when remotely parked
3.Protection from rain should you find yourself caught in it; no it is not 100% water tight however it is a great stop gap measure.
All the best with your decision