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Landau tops were used sparingly by Mazda, but they did have them in production through much of the ' 70's and then again in 1982. In all cases, Mazda's vinyl tops had a full landau style where the vinyl started at the front windshield and went along the roof and down the back pillar posts. Stitching ran along the roof edges and the stitches were made, then folded over and heat-sealed, so the stitching was hidden from view.
If your Mazda was one of the few with a vinyl roof covering and it's showing its age, replacing the vinyl can help you restore the beauty of your Mazda. All of the tops that we carry are made to original patterns, features and materials that were original to the factory so it will look great and fit to precision. Our tops have the same Levant Grain Vinyl used by Mazda and reproduced on a high-quality Haartz fleece-backed vinyl so they will last for years to come.
A look into the convertible top installation for a 2000 Mazda Miata MX-5 by one of our customers. Read More