Somebody once posted some info about a Cobra hardtop that did not have the hump for the roll bar. Does anyone recall a source for that top?
You don't have to drill any holes for the APE top, it's help on by two removeable clamps (one behind each door) and header clamps that use holes already tapped in the windshield frame to hold a small tab. The top is very light, I think about 35 pounds, and easy to take on and off...I did it many times by myself, and the whole process can't take more than 5 minutes including clamping everything up. It will clear the passenger rollbar, as a couple of guys here have them set up that way. Street Performer seats MAY interfere with the placement of the top clamps behind the door, since the seats come over so far to the side. I think that could be handled easily by flipping the clamps upside down, but haven't tried it myself. I don't want to sound like a commercial here, I'm just relating my own experience with my APE top in my old car. Good luck!Does the APE Hardtop require that I drill more holes (yuk!!!) in order to be able to switch between the two tops??? It it very difficult to mount and dismount??? I also have the passenger side rollbar option and the street performer seats.