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hardtop Identification

Discussion in 'Factory Original Alpines & Tigers' started by neveridle, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. neveridle

    neveridle Silver Level Sponsor

    I am hoping someone can tell me what this hardtop came off of for I just received it with a 1968 Alpine. I don't think it is correct but do not know what it goes to? It seems to be made out of fiberglass and does not have the pins on the rear to mount it buy? The gentlemen I got it from said it fits the car , but I would really like to have to correct top for my car. Thanks in advance, neveridle
     

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  2. 260Alpine

    260Alpine Silver Level Sponsor

    Parrish, now Smoothline aftermarket top.
     
  3. neveridle

    neveridle Silver Level Sponsor

    Thank you so much for your knowledge!!!! neveridle
     
  4. puff4

    puff4 Gold Level Sponsor

    Yep, sure is a Parrish top. They’re not too bad, actually.
     
  5. Bill Blue

    Bill Blue Diamond Level Sponsor

    Yes, they are well made and very durable. Mine fit like crap. Fortunately, they are fibreglass and easily fitted to the car. Time consuming, but no deep, dark secrets or special techniques to master.

    Bill
     
  6. Warren

    Warren Silver Level Sponsor

    There is a number on the quarter window channel could be the build number. The tops are like raincoats for me anyway ;)
     
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2019

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