TopsOnline provides the following convertible top diagrams in order to provide you with a look at typical convertible top assemblies. Not all convertible tops will contain all of the components displayed here, however, these should provide a good guide for you to get a better understanding of the components of your convertible top.
Diagram 1: A Typical Convertible Top Frame
Diagram 2: A Typical Convertible Top, Inside View
Diagram 3: A Typical American Convertible Top, Exterior View
Diagram 4: A Typical Convertible Top Rear Curtain Assembly
Diagram 5: A Typical Import Car Convertible Top
Diagram 6: A Typical American Convertible Top with Installation Pointers
Diagram 7: A Typical Import Car Convertible Top, with Flaps, etc.
The Chrysler Sebring (sold as the Chrysler Cirrus in Mexico) is a mid-size coupe produced by Chrysler from 1995-2010. This affordable car has been a popular favorite over the years, which has kept the Chrysler Sebring sales strong. When replacing your Chrysler Sebring convertible top, be sure to choose the correct model year in order to get the right Sebring top for your model.
The Ford Mustang is one of Ford's most enduring models. The Mustang is one of the original muscle cars: it created the "pony car" class of powerful sports car coupes. Originally introduced in 1964 at the New York World's Fair, the Ford Mustang - including the Mustang convertible top models - is Ford's third oldest nameplate still in production. The Shelby Mustang has a loyal following among enthusiasts and collectors. Shopping for a Shelby Mustang convertible top or a Ford Mustang convertible top? Check out our selection!
The Miata (also known as the Mazda MX5) was introduced in 1989 and quickly became an immensely popular two-seater convertible roadster. The Miata's small size, light weight, and power hearkened back to popular small sports cars of the past, like the Austin-Healey Sprite and the Lotus Elan. Drop the Mazda Miata convertible top and get ready to have a blast! No less an authority than Jeremy Clarkson has said that "if you want a sports car, the MX-5 is perfect."
Nissan's Z-Car line, which includes the Nissan 350Z convertible top, is one of the world's bestselling sports car lines with over 2 million cars sold. Nissan cars have garnered a well-deserved reputation for being dependable, reliable, and affordable, ever since the Datsun 280Z (sold as the Fairlady outside the United States) took the world by storm.
The Porsche 911 and Porsche Boxster are two of the most popular and enduring consumer sports cars available today. The Porsche 911 convertible top was introduced as the Porsche 911 Cabrio in 1984. The Porsche 986, also known as the Porsche Boxster, no doubt counts the Boxster convertible top as part of its resounding success.
The Toyota Celica is one of Toyota's best-selling cars. It is available in a wide variety of body styles, but the Celica convertible top (ASC conversion) has been one of the most popular throughout the years. The MR2 Spyder convertible top is also a fun and sporty vehicle. The MR2 Spyder soft top is as entertaining as it is economical.
VW convertible top models include the convertible Beetle and the convertible Golf (sold as the VW Rabbit in the United States). The VW cabrio top is definitely part of the appeal of this long-lasting brand, ensuring VW's reputation as one of the best car manufacturers in the world.