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CONVERTIBLE TOPS, TOP BOOTS, SIDE CURTAINS, AND TONNEAU COVERS
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Web Site Special from The Roadster Factory
METAL SNAPS AND PLASTIC SNAPS USED ON SPITFIRE
CONVERTIBLE TOPS
Earlier tops, probably through earlier mk.3 models, were secured with metal snaps, and then Triumph
switched to plastic snaps.  Some of us Triumph people cursed this move, as we thought then that plastic snaps
cheapened the cars.  Later, some of found that the plastic snaps fitted tighter and didn't rattle.  Yes, they
sometimes broke, but gradually, we got the feel for using them, and they didn't break very often.  You can use
metal or plastic.  Take your pick...
Part No.
Description
No.Off
List Price
Sale Price
Add/Cart?
METAL SNAPS
Snap,
dot type, outer part
A/R
.70
.55
Snap,
dot type, socket
A/R
.32
.25
Stud,
dot type
A/R
.57
.45
Pop Rivet,
securing dot stud
A/R
.32
.25
PLASTIC SNAPS;
original snaps for convertible tops
Stud,
black plastic; male part riveted to car body
A/R
.45
.35
Pop Rivet,
securing snap studs to car body
A/R
.32
.25
Socket,
black plastic; female snap component
A/R
.44
.35
Button,
black plastic; outer snap component
A/R
.83
.65
P.S.  Robbins tops are supplied with metal snaps, but you may buy plastic
snaps separately if you prefer them, especially for later Spitfire models...




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