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I think I used a piece from a torn tent. There are plenty of places on the net. Sash cord from a hardware shop makes an ideal rim then a piece of tie cord on the lower edges, or strong elastic. You can cut shape a piece of thin tin sheet over the cupola rim to make sure it's waterproof which is still easy to remove if you want to pop up. Useful to have an observer if your driving with trailers in traffic.

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hello my names Luke I've been working with canvas for 12 years now and decided to start my own business. i mainly make bespoke and custom items. I've always been interested in old vehicles so i thought why not combine the two. if you have any questions or query's please contact me at info@wear-n-tear.co.uk. thanks luke :-)



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