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WTB-Haartz Stayfast for my 1923 Moon

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I just ordered new bows for my 1923 Moon touring and now I need to get top material.  Does anyone have about eleven yards of stayfast.  Black outside with a tan inside.

 

Thanks Jan

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Perhaps contact Harrtz Co. directly?

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Can I ask who you ordered your bows from?  I need to have a set made for my 1931 Graham.

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Use this link for products from Haartz:

 

http://www.haartz.com/exteriors/stayfast

 

I've had excellent results and performance from their products,

and highly recommend this company,

having met Eric Haartz at Hershey many years ago.

 

ANYONE WHO HAS SEEN THE CONVERTIBLE TOP ON OUR 1954 cADILLAC (Oops - sorry for all-caps)

will appreciate the quality of Haartz Stayfast.

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1 hour ago, Graham Man said:

Can I ask who you ordered your bows from?  I need to have a set made for my 1931 Graham.

I purchased mine from S.W. Stutzman, Peebles Oh, 937-386-3368 "community Carriage & Leather".  Another company is Witmer Coach in New Holland, PA.  I chose Stutzman because my bows had fallen apart, they could order the correct radius, and they were located an hour from my home.  I also wanted to talk to them amount some interior work. 

 

Witmer Coach, New Holland, PA are vey good as is Mels.

 

Hope this helps.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Graham Man said:

Can I ask who you ordered your bows from?  I need to have a set made for my 1931 Graham.

 

We have spare bows of correct size for my 1915 Hudson, now located in Pennsylvania. 

Click on my name to send me a message so I can give you the contact.

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Generally in every larger state there is a distributor in some form or another for Haartz/Stayfast, though Marty Roth is correct that you can call directly and they are a pleasure to work with. 

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