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Default Golde Top Drawings

Here are several drawings of Golde Tops that I found on the CD from Julie. They are dated July 21, 1959. They might help someone working on their Golde Top. Alexander might have published these a long time ago. I do not know, but here they are.
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Those are great - thanks for posting. If you happen to come across the table of descriptions for the drawing numbers, please post those too. I haven't taken the headliner off my golde top yet and didn't realize how complicated the mechanism to raise and lower the top is.

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Hi,
If i remember correct'ly these photos were sent to Alex in the early days of this site, from a chap who owned a 1962 Studabaker that had a Golde roof, i am going back 7+ years here so i could be wrong.
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