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Hello everyone, in the near future I will have to restore the hardtop of my early 1964 2600 spider (as well as the car itself, btw).

The lower/rear section of the hardtop, the one that adheres to the body, is completely corroded and I have no reference of the hooks welded to the hardtop (the ones that hook into the three chrome hooks close to the rear lid).

Is there anyone who has some detailed photos?

Thanks in advance
 

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Hi Francesco,
I hope someone can get you the detail pictures you need. In the meantime, you may find some pictures in this thread that give some (admittedly very limited) insights into how the hardtops were constructed.
 

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I have a Two-liter hardtop that may or may not have the same mounts as your 2600. The tops are definitely not interchangeable. There are seven mounting points on my hardtop, three across the back, one on each side and two on the windshield.

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Right side mount with hole may require a hole in body for a threaded connector...
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Left side mount with hole may require a hole in body for a threaded connector...
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Rear Center mount, tab goes in this opening...


rear side mounting tab on left is the same as the rear side mounting tab on right
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Right rear side mounting tab...
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Hi . I believe the detail photos are correct , I have an early 2600 spider hard top and what is left of the fittings looks the same as the photos. Basically a tongue ( maybe sprung) that slides under the three chrome mounts on the rear deck.

Side mounts are definitely correct , I have still got those

rgds

Ian
 
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