Brian has glued the flaps around the rear side window area of the frame, fitting rubber seals, fitting rear of headliner to the parcel tray. He has glued the metal side bars to the hood cover, bolted the metal bars to the car, fitting rear window in place. He has fitted the headliner around rear window and the screws to rear edge.
As you can see, Brian and Lydia have been working together to fit the rear edge of the inner liner to the rear bar of the frame. The zip section to the rear bar, rear window have now been fitted and the rubber seal to the bottom of window. The rubber seal to rear edge of the car has now been bolted in.
The cover was too tight so we have adjusted the front edge of the hood cover, glued in the flap to the frame and fitted metal bars into the rear side edges of hood cover. The cover along the rear bar of the frame has been adjusted and we’ll leave the cover on overnight to stretch.
The new roof is progressing well on our 1995 Rover 216 Cabriolet. Brian has been busy glueing headliner to the front edge of the roof frame.
Brian and Lydia are busy fitting the hood, headliner and inner pad to the rear bar.
Lydia and Brian have welcomed in our Rover 216 Cabriolet for a new hood to be fitted. The hood comprises of an outer layer, middle section and roof lining which will all be replaced as part of the project.
So far, the front section of the hood cover and headliner have been removed, as well as the rear roof metal sections and padded inner lining.
Our 1995 Rover 216 Cabriolet has arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop.
While it is with us, our interior trim team will be completing some work on the roof of this good-looking soft top.
We look forward to work getting started so we can get it back to its owner very soon.