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Asked by Feb 17, 2017 at 12:41 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Car Customization

Put a convertible top

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91,555

You want to convert your car? Bad idea.

57,775

Sure, take a sawz-all and cut off the existing top. Then you are on your own.

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Buy a convertible. Converting your car, if its even possible will cost tens of thousands. The body is simply not engineered to go topless. The entire underside of the car would need to be reinforced so it won't flex and ultimately bend in half when you're driving it. Find other ways of enjoying your car the way it is. If you really want a convertible, and who wouldn't, sell what you've got and buy one. There's lots of nice older ones around if you shop a bit. Or do like I've done and have one of each... a GTP for the winter and a convertible ('94 Cutlass) for the summer. Life will be good.

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