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Sabata 31.JPG

15 files, last one added on Jun 30, 2004

Top Cover

vinny 82.jpg

3 files, last one added on Sep 11, 2003

Folding Soft Top

fold down 3.jpg

4 files, last one added on Sep 11, 2003

Inside View

Wilson 15.JPG

16 files, last one added on Oct 02, 2003


vinny 64.jpg

5 files, last one added on Sep 11, 2003

Hinge Pins

0 files

Window Brace

alvarez 10.jpg

3 files, last one added on Sep 11, 2003

An Original, or two

Beacham 71.JPG

13 files, last one added on Feb 16, 2006


Misc 2.JPG

28 files, last one added on May 27, 2006

Old LAE Pics.


13 files, last one added on Apr 01, 2005


button 3.jpg

1 files, last one added on Sep 11, 2003


Young 76.JPG

12 files, last one added on Dec 15, 2005

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Last additions - crzn427's Gallery
Misc 2.JPG
Garage Sale Find167 viewsBought this for $3. at a neighbor's garage sale today.May 27, 2006
Boxster 5.JPG
The Bosse's Plate143 viewsThis is what we got for my Wife's Boxster.May 16, 2006
Clamp 1.JPG
Clamps153 viewsI found these at McMaster-Carr. Part No. 1590 A43 Draw Latch 302 SS, 1 3/64" Latch Distance. The catalog states # 6 hardware will fit but I had to drill the bracket attached to the windshield out to 5/32" to get # 6 -32 screws into the holes in the windshield post. A 9/64" hole was big enough for the screw but was not quite wide enough to fit the holes in the post.Mar 24, 2006
Beacham 71.JPG
Windwing Mounting (2)185 viewsAnother style of screw head for the reversed windwings.Feb 16, 2006
Santos 70.JPG
Windwing Mounting159 viewsThis shows the finishing washer and screw that I use when the windwing has t b epositioned with the countersunk hole towards teh bracket.Feb 16, 2006
Young 76.JPG
Computer Located158 viewsI re-routed the wires bundle to the outside of the passengers foot box by going over the top and putting in a new penetration that accepts the stock Mustang grommet.Dec 15, 2005
Ford Oil 390.JPG
390 Oil System183 viewsOct 24, 2005
Ford Oil 427.JPG
427 Oil System172 viewsOct 24, 2005

Random files - crzn427's Gallery
Kerekes 22.JPG
22 - Header Clamp Detail68 viewsThis view shows the bails that hook the header clamps to the brackets attached to the top of the windshield.
alvarez 10.jpg
New Designed Aluminum Parts134 viewsThis is another picture of the window brace mount and its hardware. Note the countersunk holes in the main mount and the counter sunk stainless steel acorn nuts to hold it in place. The aluminum would require washers to protect it agains a nut, this would leave little stud for the nut to tighten on and possibly leat to a stripped thread. With the counter sunk arrangement the nut has full thread on the stud and does not need a washer. Also shown are the new designed main clamps made of all aluminum.
Krauss 32.JPG
Aluminum Header114 viewsThis is my new design header made from 1/8" x 1 12" x 1 12" aluminum angle. I made a jig to form the curve to match the top of the windshield frame.
vinny 46.jpg
Rear Bow Connection119 viewsThis image shows the connection of the rear bow to the supports that bolt to the mechanism. I am holding a mirror to get a bottom view of the screws in the same picture. The screws do not go through the bow, this allows the top of the bow to remain smooth (less chance of undue wear on the fabric).
Kerekes 68.JPG
68 - Header Lip Seal79 viewsThis shows the header lip seal. Note that it is attached to the corner fill brackets under the ends of the header. When the window recess is finished it will have a snap here on the out side and another on the inside that is not shown here.
ac ghia 3.jpg
AC Ghia 395 views
hard top upholstry.jpg
An inside view of the upholstered hard top126 viewsAfter I made this hard top, I had it upholstered at the same shop that did my original LAE interior. This is done with standard head liner material and is merely glued in place
Kerekes 99.JPG
99 - Top Cover Tabs78 viewsThis view shows the tabs that attach to the top cover and hold it on the main frame. The two at the top of the picture hold the back tight from side to side, the three in the middle hold the front up to the main frame, the two on the left hold the outside of the end cap, the next two hold the inside of the end cap and the two on the right hold the outer corners of the front to the outside and back to form the inside corners at the end caps. The top of the picture shows the trim around the top cover.