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The vinyl landau top was a popular offering with Buick in their line of vehicles. Starting out with mostly full landau tops in models like the Invicta and Wildcat, Buick then expanded offerings with full and half style vinyl tops in their other models. From the 1960's and early 1970's Buick's vinyl tops came with seams that ran along each side of the roof, which were stitched, then folded over and heat-sealed so the stitching did not show. Starting in the mid 1970's there was a shift to the French-style seams which were double-stitched on top with the stitching exposed. You'll see the stitching called out for each model and year combination to match that which was produced on the vehicles by the factory when they were released.
The replacement vinyl landau tops offered by TopsOnline come in a quality Haartz material with fleece backing that uses the Levant Grain Vinyl pattern. This is an exact reproduction of the original vinyl used. You'll see original colors offered in levant grain vinyl so you can keep the styling the same. In all cases, the factory original styling is called out, but on the 1974 Riveria you'll see that you can change up from the original with a non-original option. All year and model combinations are called out and but you'll see that Buick did not offer landau tops in some model year combinations (like the 1975 Skylark and the 1978, 1979 and 1986 Century). TopsOnline is pleased to be your expert in all things "tops" related so you can trust that you are purchasing a top that will fit your Buick and help you achieve a Buick showroom-ready look when replacing your landau top.
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