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Old 06-08-2019, 07:10 AM
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Can anyone help me identify which hardtop this is? I can’t really tell by the pictures itself because I haven’t seen it in person yet and this will be my first S2000 purchase. Might pull the trigger on it if everything is cleared. Any advice or suggestions? On what to look out for?

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Its a mugen style top, may be authentic but I don't see the badgea however it has oem spikes, and oem side window and rear seals.

Looks like someone also put in a headliner(though it could just be the picture of textured paint.)

Imo it looks like a well put together hardtop aside from needing the oem body catchers on your s2000.
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Looks like an authentic Mugen to me. I haven’t seen any other tops that have OEM weather seals like that...Most of them use that stick-on stuff. Someone definitely put some material for a headliner, and that’s going over where the Mugen placard is typically riveted on.
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Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
Looks like an authentic Mugen to me. I haven’t seen any other tops that have OEM weather seals like that...Most of them use that stick-on stuff. Someone definitely put some material for a headliner, and that’s going over where the Mugen placard is typically riveted on.
Can't someone just purchase the OEM seals and install them on a replica top?
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Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
Looks like an authentic Mugen to me. I haven’t seen any other tops that have OEM weather seals like that...Most of them use that stick-on stuff. Someone definitely put some material for a headliner, and that’s going over where the Mugen placard is typically riveted on.
Thanks for the help seeing as I’m not too familiar with hardtops, how do you tell right off the bat just from pictures that it’s authentic? And how much does a use authentic mugen hardtop usually go for?
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