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I recently purchased a 1972 96 v4 and I am new to the forum. I have seen pictures of 96's that have been made into convertibles and the concept intrigues me. I have not seen any discussion as to how this was done.

Has anyone converted their 96 into a convertible? If so, any advice on the process? Any do's and don'ts? What all was involved?

Thanks so much!

Bruce
 

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There's no "do's".

Don't!

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Go for a SonettIII. It will be very easy to trim the glassfibre and it has a roll hoop already mounted, the floor is reinforced as are the a-pillars. A pre-73 will be easier to cut as it doesn't have the steel roof rails above the stainless rail gutters.
Create a bootlid and I was told that there was a British car with a top that could be easily used with the right dimensions for the SIII.

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