Ebay allows friends to bid against each other to help the friend
selling. In effect friends helping friends get a market price for a
friend with out using the special friend favor.
-Interior kits- I have used kits from New Jersey, Missouri , Minnesota,
and Canada. None were "perfect" . I spent a lot of time visiting
upholstery shops, getting patterns, looking at vinyl's, backers, foams.
So now "Stitcher" is making My kits. Using only the highest quality
materials available. I was tired of funky door panels and am using a
specialized plastic designed for the upholstery industry. Using heavy
duty custom cut foam for seats. Proper cover backing to reduce thread
pull out. Also marine grade original look and feel vinyl. My kits cost
more but so what. Later Dave the Wave-Midwest Amphicar- "Steel panels at
a steal price"
GREAT IDEA Ed, I'm on the island ,so know your concern. My thoughts would be to make it look similar to the soft top though.
Cheri10353@aol.com wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"> <font id="role_document" face="Arial" color="#000000" size="2"> Hi Just curious.......... Has anybody thought of making a hardtop (similar to a 57 T-Bird) would be my preference? Here in the pacific northwest, it isn't convertible weather very often. Maybe one soft top and a hardtop for those rainy drizzly days in Washington. (The rainy state) Emerald city ?? Thanks Ed and Cheri</font></blockquote>