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Old April 8th, 2010, 07:47 PM
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Is there any demand for a ROW Hard top?

Hello,
this isn't a classifieds post, or even a feeler. I'm just curious about the fate of my soon to be unused HT. Am I correct in thinking that a UK tin-top would be of limited appeal to the NAS crowd? My first thought was that I'd be switching back and forth with the seasons, but my research (mostly here) suggests that the swap is a bit too labor intensive to be done very often; so I picture myself committing to going soft-top full time, which brings up my question.
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Old April 8th, 2010, 08:31 PM
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I took the roof off my 1984 and it was pretty easy, about 20 bolts and a few hours.

My truck has 3 tops (soft, full hard top and pickup cab) I am planning to keep the soft top and the pickup cab and swap between them.

Soft top for summer and pickup cab for winter, should only take an hour or so to swap between them
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No, it is worth some money. 500-1500+ It can be made to fit a NAS ST.

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I would love to get my hands on a ROW hardtop and convert my ST.
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Thanks guys, I guess it's better than scrap Funnily enough I saw a really nice NAS hard top on the way home from work and have a newfound appreciation for the look.
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Thanks guys, I guess it's better than scrap Funnily enough I saw a really nice NAS hard top on the way home from work and have a newfound appreciation for the look.
Does it have side windows? I have a couple if you are looking to convert van sides.
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