This is the full canvas top that came with my 110. As you may have seen in a tech thread, it was just completely washed and re-Canvak'd 2x. Besides what I note below, it's 100% watertight and in great shape (again, see below for the one caveat).
My original plan was to upgrade to a PVC top to have for our Maine winters and use this as a Surrey top, pulling the seams on the side panels and rear window flap. Well, the PVC top arrived and uses a different header bar, so swapping between the two will be more involved than I am interested in.
To add insult to injury, it had a run in with my John Deere mower deck today. Doh!
So, I see a few options for you.
1. Sew the tears and use as full canvas.
2. Pull the seams on the sides and run it as a stand alone Surrey top (my plan even before the tears)
3. Cut it back even further and with some quick additions of 1" webbing, run it as a Bimini top.
If this ran the same header bar connection as my new top, I'd be out in the sun with my seam ripper making my dedicated Surrey top.
The header bar connection is a round cord (not flat like the PVC top) and it has the three gutter rings that attach above the doors.
No secrets here. If you have specific questions let me know. A few pics below.
$350 shipped OBRO. If you want to run just a Surrey, I'll even offer to pull the seams for you and ship you literally just the top.