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A Miata Bubbletop, NOT SM LEGAL but interesting.

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Johnny D

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we could have a racing green house class!


On the plus side, it would really eliminate blind spots!

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"The Bubbletop is not for racing. Speeds over 80MPH specifically void your warrantee."


Could not use it in Atlanta. No one drives under 95 MPH on the expressway or 80 MPH on the streets.  And we are very disappointed to only be ranked 4th in the US and 8th in the world for worst traffic.


BTW," warranty" is correct spelling.



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