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  1. I am installing the top on my 1932 Pontiac Sport Coupe. I am using a kit from the Filling Station for Fisher bodies. The kit recommends using a sound/heat barrier which sounds like a good idea. They also recommend using a burlap material above the wood slats. They also did not provide any information on the type of tacks used to put the top material on. Since the body for a '32 Chevy Sport Coupe is the same as for a '32 Pontiac Sport Coupe So, my questions are: 1) Has anybody used this kit on their '32 Chevy? 2) Have you used a heat barrier and if so, where did you purchase? 3) Where did you purchase the burlap material? 4) Do you have any information on sizes and sources of the tacks used to put the top down? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Rob
  2. I am installing the top on my 1932 Pontiac Sport Coupe. I am using a kit from the Filling Station for Fisher bodies. The kit recommends using a sound/heat barrier which sounds like a good idea. They also recommend using a burlap material above the wood slats. They also did not provide any information on the type of tacks used to put the top material on. So, my questions are: 1) Has anybody used this kit on their early Pontiac? 2) Have you used a heat barrier and if so, where did you purchase? 3) Where did you purchase the burlap material? 4) Do you have any information on sizes and sources of the tacks used to put the top down? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Rob
  3. I live in Bremerton, Washington State and my Chrysler TC was hit from behind at a stop light. The accident was a rear-end collision so the trunk, rear lights, antenna motor, hatch motor, rear body panels and rear trim is pretty crumpled or not functioning. The car can not be driven. The engine compartment was unharmed. April 3rd, 2012 we replaced the ASB Break Booster Assembly (OEM# 0446401) for $2030. The engine still runs well though the car is not driveable because of the rear damage. Starter, pumps and engine are all functioning. The hard convertible top is also undamaged as well. All the glass in the windows and windshield are original and intact. All four window motors function. One hard top opera window is fogged from moisture intrusion and there is some sun spotting on the roof. The original radio still works. All the interior lights function. The mirrors are all intact. I am not a mechanic and the few parts I could take off would get me only about $1500. Right now it's under cover at my father's house, but it can't stay there forever. I am tired of scrap car companies offering to "help me out" by crushing my car into a cube. I am looking for someone with the skill and the space who can come out and give me an offer to take what is here and put the good pieces back to use.
  4. Wanted - 1953 Mercury Convertible Top Latch... (Latches the convertible top to the windshield frame in the center of the car) While I just need the handle, I recognize that I may need to buy the entire latch. Any help will be appreciated... Thanks Ken ken@4qtrs.net
  5. Looking or the correct top iron set (or complete convertable top, wood & irons) for a 1930 or 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster. Been looking on ebay for a while now..none have come up for sale. I bought it with the incorrect/home made iron set. Trying to take car back to original 'Henry Ford' condition. email marinecorpspitbull@yahoo.com
  6. I need to replace the top wood in my 1927 Dictator and my 1931 model 54. Does anyone sell the paterns for this?
  7. I just bought my first TC last week. I have not taken the hardtop off but have read most posts on this forum and think I understand the process. I know how to release the top if the pull down motor isn't working but I'm not sure about reinstalling the top if the pull down motor isn't functioning. Thanks for your help.