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@Jack Crosby wrote: "To stop the top buffeting at speed just take either window out and the top is happy."

WOW!  

I never tried that.  That's the best tip I've seen on here in a while.  Can't wait for decent weather (and no salt on the roads) to try it out!  Pearl is patiently waiting on the lift (wheels off the ground) for a better PH on the roads to safely venture out.  That day can't come quick enough.

PRO TIP for driving in inclement weather. I modified my window inserts and added an additional inch or so all around. They now tuck into the top and provide more of a seal. Little wind, less noise, and mostly water tight. Likewise I added the center screw down lock to the center of the top. That seals the top almost completely. My car is in storage for the winter or I would provide pictures. I published this before so you may be able to find them anyway. I also added direct venting from the heater boxes to the side pipes. Much more heat, defrost still sucks, and more engine noise. In the 30's the engine never gets hot enough to put our much heat anyway. The sealed top is a great benefit because we get a lot of PM Thunderstorms with little warning. Anyone on the Tour d Hoe from 17' can attest to that.

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