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Old 07-22-2013, 02:26 PM   #1
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Cervini Speedster Cover Help

I recently purchased what i believe to be cervini speedster covers for a 2000 gt convertible. The problem is there are no emblems or logos on the underside of the covers. Could someone send me a picture of what the logo would look like on the underside and where it would be located?
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Old 07-23-2013, 01:42 AM   #2
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Mines Saleen... sorry bud

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There might not even be any logos or tags.... but in the end, do you really care? As long as it fits and looks good!
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Old 07-23-2013, 06:43 AM   #3
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They look great, the problem is finding the hardware for them. I bought them used on craigslist for $300 along with a saleen spoiler. Already painted the same color as the car theyre going on. Now i just need to find the hardware for them.
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A local hardware store will have screws for spoiler and go to an auto parts store for some 3m double sided tape. What do you need for the cover?
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Old 07-23-2013, 08:23 AM   #5
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I'm not sure what I need for the cover. Cervinis comes with button snaps and a bar that clicks into the rear seat belt. Abc exclusive comes with brackets and other things. I'm not sure which I have or which hardware I need
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:01 AM   #6
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Do you have the strap that attaches to the middle, underside of the cover, its like a "y" strap and at the tips of the "y" there are buckles to fasten to the rear seatbelts? I had to grind my seatbelt attachment parts down. Apparently different years the buckles were wider and my car (2003) the buckles were skinnier. There was a plastic buckle type thing, almost like the buckle on a motorcycle helmet, that broke on mine so I have a small open end wrench rigged in there to hold it. I'll send some pics so you can kinda get an idea
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Old 07-23-2013, 05:55 PM   #7
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I have nothing besides the covers themselves
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Old 07-23-2013, 06:28 PM   #8
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Is it a 1 or 2 piece?
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2 piece
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Well, just for informational purposes... Cervini parts always have their logo on the underside of their product. If it doesn't say Cervini, the person that sold them to you stating they were, was lying to you.

You must have gotten some aftermarket generic no name brand that I can pick up from my local aftermarket surplus store for about $150.. With that said, it is very hard to find brackets for them to work. I purchased my Cervini covers from them directly. Their logo is in the underside middle of the covers and came with everything I needed to put them on my 2004 40th anniversary edition convertable.
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Well, just for informational purposes... Cervini parts always have their logo on the underside of their product. If it doesn't say Cervini, the person that sold them to you stating they were, was lying to you.

You must have gotten some aftermarket generic no name brand that I can pick up from my local aftermarket surplus store for about $150.. With that said, it is very hard to find brackets for them to work. I purchased my Cervini covers from them directly. Their logo is in the underside middle of the covers and came with everything I needed to put them on my 2004 40th anniversary edition convertable.
Dude if you can find a generic cover for $150 let me know where! And I'm sure all the covers use some sort of strapping to fasten to the seatbelts. I'll take a picture before I go to work
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I will check to see if they still have 99-04 models in stock since they are the same body style. I will let you know sometime today.

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Looks like I'm going to have to make my own way of mounting them :/
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Any speedster cover from 94-04 will fit. As far as the strap, I'd try calling a.m., abc, cervini, saleen..anyone who sells them and ask about buying the hardware
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Cervini speedster covers have some sort of a bar with brackets/ clips that go to the seatbelts. I guess Saleen uses the straps like mine.
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That's the strap for mine
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Dude if you can find a generic cover for $150 let me know where! And I'm sure all the covers use some sort of strapping to fasten to the seatbelts. I'll take a picture before I go to work

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I checked and they no longer carry them for those years. The last asking price for them was $169 which included the taxes. They are generic, primmed, but not painted and have no name on them. They also didn't come with any hardware but do have a slot to add a seatbelt attachment like the picture you sent.

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Old 07-24-2013, 01:11 PM   #18
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Where is this or what store?
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I've called everywhere to buy hardware and the only place that sells it is cervinis... the problem with that is they only sell it if you can show them the logo on your covers which I do not have.
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What a bunch of crap! Maybe someone with a cervini cover can send you a pic?
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I found a guy with some on craigslist so I asked if he would send pictures of them. Hopefully they will
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send me a pic please 3104471153 thanks
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