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I'm trying to research the Rex Top manufacturing company of Connorsville, IN. From the mid-teens to perhaps late '20s they made all-season tops for touring and roadster body styles that replaced the folding top with a hardwood framed, steel skinned, leatherette covered 'hardtop' which also had wood framed door top additions with plate glass as well as side curtains. The owner could suit the car to the season by adding or subtracting. The original open car folding windshield stays in place. Who has Rex-topped vehicles? Many hundreds were made for Dodge, Buick, Studebaker, Nash and others