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Can You Retro Fit T Tops On Newer Camaro ?

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    Can You Retro Fit T Tops On Newer Camaro ?

    So I have a 2002 ss slp camro was curios to know is there is some way o retro fit a set of T's on it. I know that it takes away structurally but I can sun some sub frame connectors if need be. Probably will any way makes a big difference right?

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    I might be wrong on this but...

    I thought I heard all the 4th generations were manufactured to have T-tops. I guess I would remove the headliner to confirm. There is a seam that separates the T-top area from the "Landau" roof area to the back.

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    I wouldn't do that much work for T-tops I'd just sell my car and get one with T-tops. If I wanted them that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraigZ28 View Post
    I thought I heard all the 4th generations were manufactured to have T-tops. I guess I would remove the headliner to confirm. There is a seam that separates the T-top area from the "Landau" roof area to the back.
    They were (except verts of course). personally I wouldn't do this but then again I'm old, fat and lazy. But I do know a couple of people who have done this. It just takes a bit of skill and a lot of patientce.

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    Its too much work and you'll have to worry about leaks if you don't get it exactly right. Not worth it if you ask me.
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    I would have only been considering it if there were a company that had a real fix for that. You guys know what I mean? I could do some stuff like that but I am not willing to do it. Any companies?

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    Jeff, I'm in Sacramento too. Around here, I think there is a company that would do a good job on it. I can't remember the name but they do all the work for the stealerships. They are located at Auburn boulevard and Watt avenue behind the arco am/pm. they are in the back kinda hidden. But they do good work. They add sunroofs and the like.

    Also, if you want a real good shop to work on the engine, suspension, rear, tranny, etc...for your ride, take it to Gardiner at Autoville Service. They do awesome work and they are HONEST. They are located at 7485 Kanai Ave, Citrus Heights, CA. (916)722.4022. They work on classic muscle cars, race cars, and the like. They are really good. That is the only shop that works on my car...EVER!

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