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is it possible to have t-tops installed on a trans am that never came with them from the factory? has anyone had it done? is it worthwhile?

If you want Fisher T-tops (which are by far the best T-tops) then the easiest and best conversion is to have a complete Fisher T-top roof swapped onto your car by a body can't really "fit" Fisher tops into a standard car roof.
If you want aftermarket T-tops, they can be fitted into the standard car roof.....just they aren't as good as Fisher tops (IMHO) and the parts can be a lot harder to source (read $).....there are Hurst Hatches, American and C&C tops.....those are the ones you'll most likely find for sale or on parts cars.

What LeighP said. There was a guy or two over at TAC that were doing roof swaps. Since the site crashed, those posts may be lost if they didn't get backed up.

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Keep in mind that the roof adds a lot to chassis rigidity.  If you are putting T-tops into a non-T-top car you should also consider subframe connectors, otherwise you may think the car is like a piece of limp spaghetti the first time you cross a railroad track. :shock:  :?


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