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Many of Pontiac's vehicles during the 1960's through the 1980's had vinyl tops over their metal roofs. These landau top styles came in full and half designs. The full landau tops covered the entire roof and back the pillar posts and the half tops only started the vinyl mid-way down the roof and down the back pillar posts. Some Plymouth models only offered full landau tops (like the Tempest, Star Chief, GTO, LeMans, Executive, Firebird, Granville, Grand Am, Astre, Sunbird, Parisienne and 6000) and others offered both.
These replacement vinyl tops are made to original patterns and specifications for a precise fit and look as the originals. The seams on Plymouth vinyl tops came in two designs: one is stitched seams on the edges of the roof that are then folded over so the stitching is hidden and heat-sealed and the other is double stitched french seams that are left exposed. Each model's replacement top will match the original stitching used. Most of the french seams will be found on mid-70's to early 80's models. Pontiac offered two grains of vinyl for their tops, so each of our tops comes in a choice of these textures: Elk Grain Vinyl and Levant Grain vinyl. They are made out of a quality Haartz vinyl that is fleece backed.
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