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Recent acquisition of 1967 Duetto which has a hardtop. I believe it may be a factory option. Anyone have any photos? Has two glass side windows and rear glass window. Top is a vinyl type. Has interior headliner.
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Duetto hardtop

Thanks for the info to all. It is in relative good condition, the top material needs replaced or repaired. The chrome trim that acts as a rain channel appears to be missing the strip over the front. I have doubts I will be able to find an original replacement part.
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the chrome strip at the front looks very close to the chrome strip on my 72 Spider factory hardtop. that might be a good starting point if you decide to restore it.
 

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the chrome strip at the front looks very close to the chrome strip on my 72 Spider factory hardtop. that might be a good starting point if you decide to restore it.
Good idea. I am not a bid fan of hardtops. I hope to work on this purchase to get it in running condition...no full restoration. I already have a Duetto I bought in 1970. Ironically it had a hard top on it when I bought it off a dealers lot. I opted to not buy the top at the time. I really don't think this style hardtop adds to the smooth curved lines of the Duetto. The Parrish aftermarket looked the best, but should have had a smaller rear window. There were many styles in the 70's...some with porthole side windows or a Landau style accent piece.
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