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To the list,
 S.V.O.'s did not come from the factory with sunroofs, but it was a dealer
option and most were done by Cars and Concepts.
At 06:52 PM 11/21/97 -0500, MostangLP@aol.com wrote:
>   I can attest to this fact as my '84 has T-tops.  There's a sticker in the
>glove box with the company's name that did the deed.  I don't know if the
>dealer did it or a previous owner did.  I do know that it was done before
>4/14/88 as I have owned the car that long.
>                                                                 Larry D.
>Forwarded message:
>From:	jdvorak@deltanet.com (Jim Dvorak)
>Sender:	owner-SVO@SMARTWORX.COM
>Reply-to:	jdvorak@deltanet.com
>To:	SVO@SMARTWORX.COM (Multiple recipients of list SVO)
>Date: 97-11-21 17:09:09 EST
>At 10:46 AM 11/21/97 -0600, rumoving@bellsouth.net wrote:
>>Chris Costanzo wrote:
>>> SVO's ever come with T-tops?
>>No, but there was a model of a SVO made that had T-tops. Three models
>>were made in all. A silver 84, a red 85, and the black T-top mutant
>>version. Maybe that's where he got the idea. 
>>Bud Morton
>There were no Factory T-Top SVOs built. However back in those days, it was
>common for dealers (or owners) to have T-Tops, or non-factory-type sunroofs
>installed in cars.
>Jim Dvorak
>'86 Shadow Blue -- 1 of 69 -- Slightly Modified
>Mustang SVO...Because there's more to driving than just straight ahead!
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