Whether you’re ordering a replacement convertible top or creating one from scratch, it’s important that the fabric used be original — because that’s the only way to guarantee that the new top will be just as good as the last.
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Electron Top mailed two fliers to auto upholstery shops across the United States this month. The first is a helpful guide for “Special Extrusions and Window Frames.” The second is titled “28 Principles of Liberty,” and comes just in time for the presidential inauguration.
Not so long ago industry insiders were warning that convertible vehicles were a dying breed — but not anymore. In recent years, open-air vehicles have seen an extraordinary resurgence, with automakers manufacturing more soft-top models and Haartz Corporation continuing to develop fabric technology.
Car drivers have also reaffirmed their love for convertible vehicles. In fact, a recent consumer opinion survey conducted by Haartz found that key demographics prefer convertible soft tops over fixed roofs, and that 90% of convertible owners drive their cars year round.
Have you ever ordered materials from one supplier only to find out later that another sells the same thing for significantly less? Has a supplier ever charged you more for shipping than the actual product you ordered? Were you ever made to wait so long for a delivery that the customer cancelled the job?
Scenarios like this stink. But they’re common when dealing with subpar suppliers.