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judigee
    
whats the diff between a hardtop & a sedan 1962 ford galaxie 500 4 dr
 
posted: January 25, 2010
 
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vintagecarguy
    
Are you wanting to know the difference in price, options, size, etc? or what the difference between a hardtop and sedan is?

A hardtop has no post between the side windows while a sedan has a post between the side windows.
posted:  January 26, 2010
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judigee
    
hi its me please tell me if this car is a hardtop or a sedan I want to order headliner and must know for sure what we have it has a post behind the windows some say yes and some say no
posted:  January 27, 2010
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captaincaddy
    
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You have a 4 door Sedan. A sedan will have the frame around the glass for EACH door and have the pillar between the front and rear doors. On a hardtop there is no frame around the door glass and no pillar between the doors...which gives a car a more open car feel if all four windows are open. A sedan can have either 2 or 4 doors if it has the frame surrounding the door glass and has the pillar behind the front doors. I hope this helps you out, I know it can be confusing sometimes. Good Luck with your project.
posted:  January 31, 2010
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judigee
    
ok thanks for your help
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