Datsun Roadster 1968-1970 Tonneau. As New. SOLD

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Datsun Roadster 1968-1970 Tonneau. As New. SOLD

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Datsun Roadster 1968-1970 Tonneau. As New. SOLD
High windshield tonneau of Stayfast canvas cloth material with headrest pockets.
This tonneau is about 5 years old and was seldom used. Like new condition. A few contact marks on the bottom side.
All grommets installed and the fit is excellent. With the back bar. Ready to use.
$400 USD plus S&H from Bellevue WA.
Contact me at tcheaton@hotmail.com

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Re: Datsun Roadster 1968-1970 Tonneau. As New.

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A question about tonneau's with pockets that I have always wondered: Is there a particular "spot" that your seats have to be set to in order for the headrest to fit in the "pocket"? It doesn't look the pocket is very big and I was curious if you have to move your seat in order to get it to fit in the pocket.

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Re: Datsun Roadster 1968-1970 Tonneau. As New.

Post by itsa68 »

On my 68 I found that seats full forward was the best. I guess it also depends on how you have adjusted the seat back angle.
The more upright, the less you would have to move the seat forward.

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