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Old 07 Sep 2007, 04:22 pm
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Smile Aftermarket sliding ragtop

I have a first year PT Cruiser. Bought it because i fell in love with the PT Teazer concept car a few years earlier. IF you saw that concept, you might remember that it came with a sliding ragtop that ran the full length of the roof, from front windshield to back window.

I have never modded my car, because I just love the look of it as it came off the line. But, I always knew, that, if I ever modded it I would only want 2 things: 1- the sliding ragtop, and 2- a visor over the windshield.

i have been to Crusier shows ( probably 5 years ago, now) where I have seen these 2 mods on a car. I thought it looked smashing, and kept the integrity of the retro design concept.

Seriously thinking about the ragtop, but have no idea where to go to find out who might be able to do this for me. (cannot do it myself, don't have anyy skills in that area...).

Does anyone have any suggestions where I might begin my search?

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Old 08 Sep 2007, 12:47 am
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Default Re: Aftermarket sliding ragtop

Originally Posted by jojo View Post
Seriously thinking about the ragtop
JoAnn...I have never seen this sliding ragtop, do you know where there is a photo? I have a 'Vert and I love it.


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Old 10 Sep 2007, 08:35 am
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Default Re: Aftermarket sliding ragtop

webasto use to make them but i dont know if they make them any more. i have a glass roof top now

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Old 10 Sep 2007, 03:21 pm
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Default Re: Aftermarket sliding ragtop

Ok here you go:
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Old 10 Sep 2007, 05:32 pm
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Default Re: Aftermarket sliding ragtop

I forgot about inalfa!

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Old 12 Sep 2007, 02:30 pm
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Default Re: Aftermarket sliding ragtop

thanks for the links cool stuff
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