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12-22-2005 04:45 PM
jeeperman I have never seen one, but I can't really think of a good reason that this wouldn't work... Some sort of hard "plastic" in the center with a small, flexible fabric section to allow for movement with the rest of the top... I don't really see why this wouldn't work either. Probably just viewed as too unwieldy to store/remove. It would be nice to have a hard window in the back for the winter though, wouldn't it? I have a hardtop I will sell you...
12-22-2005 11:18 AM
Jack
Rigid Rear window for soft tops

I live in the north, and wonder if anyone makes a rigid rear window that zips into a soft top, or are there reasons why this would not work. Thanks, Jack

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