It took me about a couple months of weekends to properly gut the car (working solo). If you also plan to strip the car of the old paint, plan on a couple months more. LOTS of stripping, grinding, etc. needs to be done there and it's labor intensive.woolery, that thing is coming out awesome. can't wait to see it finished and put together. how long did it take you to gut the car? i'm thinking about gutting my car for its next paint job.
Yep, that's being painted too. You can BARELY make it out, but the beige blob to the left of the hard top in the pic is the targa top which is also being painted to match.I spot a hard top in the backround
very cool, im sure the pictures don't do the paint justice.
Nope. Targa top. It's an aftermarket hard top that's had the roof cut off it, making it into a Targa top. The look is similar to the attached pic below:
yeah... that doesn't sound like a scary move at all lol :shock:
Nerp. I have a full hardtop already, so I wasn't too concerned about having the center portion being replaceable. I could've done it quite easily, though. Cutting it is a fairly simple process.Did you modify the center portion to fit between the targa top and the windshield header?