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Well it has an actual frame, ever seen a chop top XJ that flaps around like a wet noodle? There's tons of these still around because of how many get rolled over.


A classic is convertible at any time, just unbolt the roof, hatch, cut the rear pillars out and keep the door pillars if you want.
 

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Well it has an actual frame, ever seen a chop top XJ that flaps around like a wet noodle? There's tons of these still around because of how many get rolled over.


A classic is convertible at any time, just unbolt the roof, hatch, cut the rear pillars out and keep the door pillars if you want.
Has anyone ever done / seen a ragtop Classic?
 

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There are lots of them around, pick ups as well.
 

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Saw this chop top @ local C&C in NoVA this summer.


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I had an off road only 88 classic named the dozer for obvious reasons. since it was a trail vehicle I did not want to bother opening and closing doors or breaking unnecessary glass when reaching for recovery gear.
long story short it became a 2 door pick up truck, I cut the roof from behind the sunroof and built a fiber glass a partition.
needless to say the vehicle suffered an untimely demise, we had an on the field car-b-cue.

the body on frame allows for these wonderful conversion.

I think 007 drove one of the factory convertibles in "octopussy"
 

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Wow - I had no idea. Thanks for all the pix and links. They're like British, old-school K5 Blazers.
 

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