Just for reference sake, the Mesh Top is just under 4 pounds including it's carrying bag.
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The world loves to be deceived.
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It is so choice. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.
- Ferris Bueller about the 1961 Ferrari 250GT Spyder California
- Me about the Tesla Roadster
I live my life 240 [ideal] miles at a time.
- Paraphrasing Dom in The Fast and the Furious
I also imagine that the body-color hardtops still have a standard auto body clear coat to protect the paint. It would not be as thick as the carbon fiber coating, because the body color paint surface is much smoother.
In any event, I hope to weigh my body color hardtop some time soon. My joke about weighing 2 cats was assuming that the other measurement presented was accurate, despite being done with a bathroom scale.
I think a hard top would definitely be nicer in winter, but at $3,200 I guess I'll stick with the soft top.
I took the hard top off when I got home from the dealer. I put it safely away and never think about it. I carry the soft top in the trunk just in case - but - if I can't drive with the top off, I'll drive something else.
I would be interested in knowing more about the mesh top.
Mesh Top works great when it's too intense for topless.
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