I'm looking at a 68 coupe originally from california that has virgin sheet metal and is in incredible condition....except under the vinyl top there is some pitting where it rusted. I can take care of the rust and smooth it out ok, I'm just wondering if intalling a new vinyl top is as straightforward as it looks. Anyone here done it? It looks to me like I'll have to remove the front and back glass, use adhesive to stick the vinyl to the roof and tuck the front and rear under the windshield and back glass gaskets. Some I've seen have a stainless strip riveted over the vinyl in the drip rails and others just look glued in. I know I'll have to rivet the top onto the bottom of the c-pillar under the molding too. How hard is it to get it centered and straight while using adhesive and what kind of adhesive is best? Does it have to be stretched to keep the wrinkles out? Unless I'm missing something here it doesn't look like too hard of a job. I don't want to leave it off since I like the look of a vinyl top on a coupe.