Antiques & Classics
From the ‘30’s -’50’s most tops were made of cloth and
had small, rectangular, chrome framed, glass rear windows.
In the early ‘50’s, more economical vinyl tops were introduced
as well as more practical, larger plastic rear window curtains.
In the early ‘60’s, hard glass rear windows became popular.
AutoMat Co. can restore your top to the way it was meant to look in it’s
The infamous era of the automobile -with drive-ins and make-out points the
rage, almost everyone yearned for a convertible.
Today, cruising in your muscle car with a restored top will make you feel like
the top dog again.
GM Scissor Tops
GM’s attempt from ‘71-’76 to create a more roomy
convertible. Unrestored, they are problems. Restored properly by AutoMat
Co., they are wonderful.
Sports & Exotic Cars
For many, driving a classy roadster is a dream come true. That dream can become
a nightmare though, if the top is torn and leaky and you can’t see out
the back window.
Luxury & Import Cars
Feel the pride of pulling up to an engagment in your high end convertible.
Feel the embarassment if your top is worn and your back window is hazy.
Common models such as Mustangs, Lebarons and Cavaliers which are used daily
and exposed to the weather throughout the year are most prone to needing top
You can maximize your convertible driving pleasure by maintaining and restoring
your top as necessary.
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