I just found info on those tops a while back somewhere after I was saying I needed to get me a hardtop for my car like the baby T's had. They told me they made them back when. I think the name was Starlift or something like that. They did exist though at one time. Don't know how many were made or anything else though.
I could use one of them though.
After some looking around I found the below info and a pic of the '62 Starlift
With the Fairlane name gone, the full-size Ford lineup consisted solely of the Galaxie and new Galaxie 500 model. Also new was a 406 in³ (6.7 L) version of Ford's FE mid-sized V8 rated at 405 hp (302 kW). Bucket seats were everywhere in 1962 — sold as "The Lively Ones", the XL series added buckets to the Sunliner convertible and hardtop coupe. The slow-selling Starliner semi-hardtop coupe was replaced by a Starlift removable roof on the Sunliner.
"The new roof line of the '62 Galaxy had all the aerodynamics of a brick. It pretty much negated any additional speed the larger 406 engine would have provided. For the Atlanta Dixie 400, Ford engineers and Holman-Moody came up with the idea of bolting on the '60 Starliner roof on to the Sunliner convertables that had raced previously that season. There were even 2 street versions being shown in area Ford dealerships to try to convince NASCAR that this was an actual option.
There is a pic of it on this page also.
NASCAR first said no, then agreed to let the 4 cars that were built compete in the upcoming Atlanta race only. Lorenzen drove the #28, teamate Nelson Stacy had the yellow #29, Marvin Panch drove the Wood Bros. #21, and Larry Frank drove the pale blue #66 Cafe Burgundy entry. Lorenzen won. The car was disallowed from further competition. Nostalgia Race Models Starlift kit. "
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