Roof Wanted

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  1. Jsprint68

    Jsprint68 New Member

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    67-68 Coupe Roof Wanted

    I need a roof from a 67 or 68 coupe close to NJ.

    Has to be rust free and dent free.

    A small dent is ok as long as it is along the sides and not in the middle.
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    Still looking!
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    roof

    I have one in Kansas if you can figure out a way to get it... I have a thrashed coupe there and its about the only thing left that is good...
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    Jsprint68 New Member

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    Thanks but that is too far.

    I found one in Ohio but that will cost me $350-$400 in fuel just to get there and back. Not to mention tolls and a 17 hour round trip drive.

    Has to something closer!
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    Call 301-283-0344 Ask for Mike.
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    I know that I gave him a call already.

    I think he told me $350 if I cut it out and $500 if he does it.
  7. 68Rustangs

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    I have a 68 coupe roof up in Wisconsin.Dont know if thats any better distance wise for you. I was going to restore the car but the VIn tag on the dash is pretty coroded. No since dumping a bunch of money into a car i wont be able to verify when it corodes all the way.
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    That’s too far for me.

    The rivets that hold the plate down corroding is common. All you need to do is find new rivets that will hold the plate down.
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    Sorry im too far out for you.
    Its not just the rivits though. Half the plate is corroded and the VIN is getting pretty hard to read.

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