Join Date: Jun 2016
Location: Southern California
Ouch, that's rather pricy. I've seen the windscreen at shows. It's rather tall, so operating the convertible top is a bit cumbersome if you are sitting in the driver's seat. No problem if you are outside of the car. Looks nice.
My 350Z had a glass windscreen, and I have the stock mesh on my 124. Honestly, I think that putting up the side windows is what quiets the cabin down and reduces wind more than anything else.
2017 124 Abarth. Previous: 2010 Corvette Grand Sport, 2004 Nissan 350Z Touring convertible, 1996 BMW 328IC convertible , 1995 Camaro V-6 coupe. Current garage mate for trips to Costco: 2009 Genesis sedan V-8.