I believe there was damage there in the original and Norm had to repair it. Now that i look at this photo again the main top did not extend out to the side leaving room for the edge of the targa bar.
Yeah around here if the body shop is any good they probably already have a reality showYour car is already looking great and one of a kind even without the targa bar! Of course you already have the kappa caps, silly me to suggest buying them 😁
After you exchange ideas with Norm, it'll be time to find a good body shop. I wager that being around LA there will be plenty good custom body shops, it's the cost that worries me the most...
Also Post #220 has some shots from different angles of the top. It does not have the double bubble like the smoothline.HH, this pic is throwing me off, would you take a pic several feet away for a better orientation/perspective. TIA
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Do you know if GM supplied Dura with any blueprints or electronic files to engineer this? Say from the SCCA carbon fiber hardtop? Also does it have the subtly double bubble in the roof.
Here's a rear-ish view of my Smoothline hardtop sail panels/buttresses. Note how the bottom of the sail panel area angles from the back of the door to the decklid chrome grommets. I'm trying to figure out how's your halo differers so much from the GM carbon fiber hardtop, and the Smoothline.
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Post #220 has the pics.now we need a full frame ie not zoomed in pic of the Gadge-mobile with just the top installed, I bet even like that it looks wonderful