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    Targa Hardtop

    Any one ever heard of a Targa hardtop being available and if so what year did it become available. I have a 73 and there is a hardtop for sale in my country at the moment which the seller claims fits my car!

    Clyde Boyer

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    I met a guy with a '75 Targa that had a factory hardtop. There is a company in the USA that makes hardtops that fit all years - they advertise in Excellence.

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    Wasn't there one made years ago that was smoked plexiglass?

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