If you have an early 87 T-top, pre 10/87 production) please post pics of your weatherstrip from front to back of door and around mirror and door handle. Thanks!
people do this all the time as far as cutting regular doors i dont know about the bracing i would just go with convertible doors .Yeah, part of the problem is, I'd like to visualize the difference between my original 83 doors, and how early 1987 T-top doors are SUPPOSED to look/work/fit together. Mostly the inner/outter door belt weatherstipping, run channel front and rear, etc. BTW, has anyone made T-top doors from hardtop doors? How critical is the vertical and horizontal bracing that ford installed? Seems like it will be a b*tch to swap out the spot welded in horizontal brace.
mine is an 87 t-top mustang and i have 92 convertible doors that i swapped all the internals .the two sets of t-top glass were from 88 mustang t-top doors with the pedestal style mirrors.i had a set of doors that i spent alot of time on repairing only to change my mind and go with the mint set i have now.Yeah, convertible doors are the same thing, window glass is different though. The T-top leak repair manual talks about pre-82 T-top stangs that did not have this bracing, and installing the retrofit braces to cure stability problems within the door. I'm really already set on my path with these doors, invested to much into them already. I know others have done it.....they just havnt read this thread yet. If made your own T-top doors from hard top doors, contact me. If its an early 87 car, even more so. Thanks