This is the Boxster Spyder top. Hard tanneau cover with rear window that rolls down, covered by an integrated bimini that latches on in back and provides a soft top like seal.1) Pair of Rigid fog light brackets (in HD Mod Bumper pocket) for Rigid SR-Series 6 inch SAE fog light bars (single row). Basically sheet metal that screws into the 3 bronco bolts in each pocket, keeps mud off the back of the lights.
2) Pair of Rigid 360 Series bracket for roof / top of windshield accessory mount, that goes underneath the painted snap on cap. Also, wiring harness and instructions to extend power to driver's side pod light.
3) Roadster door inserts for the front of the 4-door that mount on existing hinge / latch.
4) A soft top header for the top of the windshield, so that you can get a better seal for a bimini / bikini and make your own. I was actually thinking of buying a bimini and replacing the fabric with white sail cloth and race sail numbers, or an American flag, etc. Problem is that the bimini doesn't use a header like the soft top does. It just hooks on, leaving a gap.
5) Hi-lift jack mounting solution for the back bumper / tire carrier area. Maybe integrated with Rotopax mounts and Maxtrax mounts.
6) Polycarbonate / acrylic (semi-flexible) window replacements for the soft top. The vinyl windows have that weird ripple. I thought about bringing the window sections to a boat canvas shop to have them cut out the windows and add zip in acrylic windows. Swap out mesh or webbing for a hot day.
7) Replacement hard top with a different style, like the Smittybilt Safari / Defender style.
8) Replacement 4-door hard top combo soft top like the Porsche Boxster Spyder, with a hard back shell that curves over the roll bars with an aggressively lowered almost horizontal fastback between the roll bars (like a slightly sloped tanneau cover) and upright rear window that can be lowered behind the rear seats. Then the soft top in the front is like a bimini but it mates to the hard top in the back.