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    Neat find. Any chance I can get the VIN to add to my list. Don't want any info beyond that. I'll use one of these pictures.

    Thanks and I understand if he is reluctant.

    Tom Doig (doigthom on here)

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    incredibly cool design and the workmanship is superb...

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    "I'd like to meet his tailor"
    Sweet!

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    Great job in getting it installed. How long did it take and how many hands were required to stretch the cover so as to reach all the snaps?

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    a hairdryer had to be used to get the vinyl soft and being able to stretch.
    4 hands were necessary.....
    I guess first use after ...hmm who knows..
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    That is Sweet, may be reluctant to att the other fasteners but very COOL. Haul. thanks for posting.

    Best Regards

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    I wonder who made it? The vinyl is not at all like my original SWT covers. Also the material backing is different.
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    not an expert, but from my upholstrey experience, it looks factory...

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    To Jim Amato's point. I suspect that no amount of data points will convince otherwise the true believers that ALL under grills were black.

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    Very nice tonneau cover Haul.
    Do you know a supplier who offers good tonneaus and are threre different types on the market? And do you have pictures of different types. I think the one in this thread is unique.
    I need two tonneaus and if there are different types which are correct for 67S I would like to purchase different ones, because my cars look quite similar. Both are white with black interior and the softwindows were replaced by glass windows. Now the sofwindows are installed,but we need to place the holes for the tonneau.
    Has someone a good advice to place the holes for the tonneau?

    And who has experience with aftermarket tonneaus?

    Kind regards.
    Bernd


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