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Old 10-02-2012, 04:50 AM   #1
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What's everyone's opinion on convertible foxbodys? What you like/dislike, tips for improving them, thanks
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I had a 91 gt, I loved it... I felt cool ridin around with the top down lol
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Yeah I got my first one a few years ago in high school loved Rollin out with the top down summer time! Haha
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Put a saleen wing and a styling bar and there you go.
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I agree with the styling bar, cause I want to put an actual roll cage. I just don't like the Salem Wing. I think the trunk looks good
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Make sure the power top works if it has one... I had a 93 and the power top didn't work total pain to make go down or work again, other than that they are pretty awesome
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Yeah the top motor is easily replaceable and mine works fine

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Mcc770 I looked at your pics the notchback looks nice!
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Yeah the top motor is easily replaceable and mine works fine

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Mcc770 I looked at your pics the notchback looks nice!
The motor itself is yes, not the hydraulic lines and actuators on the frame haah


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What's everyone's opinion on convertible foxbodys? What you like/dislike, tips for improving them, thanks
One of the first things you should do is to install full length subframe connectors with the seat supports to stiffen up the body a bit. I would also install at least a 4 point roll bar for safety and further stiffening.
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That's my plan for sure
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Love my 87 GT Convertible!
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Same!
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