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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012 Thread Starter
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1968 Mustang Vinyl Removal Question?

Can i take the vinyl top off my car and leave it off for now? I plan on keeping the vinyl.

I will sand and paint area under the vinyl, the issue is when i first got the car the top was in good shape now after a year in georgia heat its cracked, now there there's bubbles and some rust under it.

I ges the im asking is, should i remove the vinyl sand and paint it for now to avoid having to replace the roof later on down the road? I just dont have the money right now to replace the vinyl.

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Hi, I would not re-use the vinyl. First you will not get a smooth surface, plus it will probably not fit as you wish, you will get as well a lot of glue stucked on the vinyl.
You get get a new top for only 115 USD at CJ Pony, and some glue spray. Watch that you apply proper glue, otherwise you will get an uggly surface, I know...
I used glue from 3M, but other spray glue will be goo as well I guess.
I did it myself, it cost me a few hours on a saturday with 2 persons.

Good luck.

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I dont plan on reusing the old vinyl i will get a new one once i can afford it i just dont want to leave the old the on if its going to rust the roof off the car. thanks for the help though
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