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  1. #1
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    Vote

    I thought No1 was a soft top but it is actually a hard top

    My vote goes to No1










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  3. #3
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    First choice: 1. I like the idea of a hard top that looks like a soft top
    Second choice: 4. Looks good if you like that more streamlined look and your fuel filler is in the right place
    Third: 2.
    Fourth: 5. Only behind (2) due to visibility
    Fifth: 3.

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    First choice: (2), but without the triangular tumour on top.
    Second choice: (4) ....I like the look, haven't seen that before.

    Not keen on any of the others.
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    no4 . Never seen one before.

    Look at Andy's Dax hardtop. Great shape,

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    1, ...like it where could I get one?
    2,....too much glass funny triangle
    3,....looks a bit amateur
    4,....loses the cobra 'shape'
    5,....too heavy looks like a 1930's sedan
    6,....not too bad, too much flat roof
    7,....your having a laugh
    All just in my opinion of course!

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    Number 1 for me. You can leave the rest of them..

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    If you put windows in the back 6 looks to be styled on a Reliant Scimitar?

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    Is it just me or does 5 look like a toy on a kitchen floor?
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  10. #10
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    Number 1 if I had to pick from the list but prefer the GD demonstrator hard top.

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