If you plan to use the bar as a show piece for the street, then yes, IAP and Autopower make them so that they will allow the top to go up, when the bar is installed. However, none of these will save your head in case of a collision, and for sure they will not hold if the car flips over - and both suppliers will be the first to tell you that they are only for show. No one makes a functional bar for the Spider that will allow the top to go up. In fact, the Autopower track bar requires that you remove the top frame altogether!03/1982 Series 3
I would like to get a roll bar that would save my head! And also fit under the soft top. Does anyone make one?
Does any one make one where you can quickly add/remove an extension for the roll bar metal top bar, so when the soft top is on the metal extension is off, and when the soft top is off, you add the metal extension?
Thanks in Advance!
Lets hope that those are the only bars I ever find myself behind.After looking at this pics you posted Murray, I can say, without a doubt, you are a Alfa Lunatic Behind Bars!
Hi Andy,msiert: how much work is it to put on/take off the roll bar? It looks really nice. Does the carpet lay back in once it is removed?
Doesn't baby seal hunter have bars? The way he talks, you ought to be behind them all the time...Lets hope that those are the only bars I ever find myself behind.
LOL!!! Alright this thread has been hijacked enough-I love your sense of humor Murray!Ohhh the baby seal hunter (JohnM) I can take him, he is the one who needs to hide behind bars.