Haartz Helps Drivers Perfectly Match Their Original Softtop Convertible Material

Wed, 02/15/2017 - 13:17 -- sfrederick

Acton, Mass. (Feb. 14, 2017) - The days of eyeballing the best replacement softtop convertible material are gone – the Haartz Corporation recently updated it’s “Find Your Top” database to ensure drivers keep it original by matching customers with their exact OEM softtop convertible material.

“When replacing softtop convertible material, maintaining the original quality is important as the imposter materials will lead to a number of problems, including improper fit, poor acoustics and reduced durability,” said Matthew Williams, director of business development. “Our “Find Your Top” system offers a comprehensive list of material Haartz has supplied to OEMs dating back to 1982. This ensures customers have the right material – the original material - for their vehicle.”

Finding the right softtop replacement material simple; simply go to, enter the make, model and model year of the vehicle and it generates with the original material from the OEM.

After providing the customer with the OEM material match, Haartz then provides them with a list of qualified manufacturers that can cut, sew and recommend a local installer of their new roof. The material and service ensure customers that the replacement roof is the highest quality available.


About The Haartz Corporation
The Haartz Corporation (Haartz) is a world leader in highly engineered and uniquely designed convertible toppings and interior surface materials. The company’s world headquarters and North American manufacturing operations are located in Acton, Massachusetts, with additional manufacturing in Mannheim, Germany and coming soon to Pune, India.  Beyond these manufacturing locations, Haartz maintains offices in Detroit, Munich, Tokyo, Irapuato, Mexico, Shanghai and Chongqing, China.  Employing over 400 people worldwide, Haartz has been a trusted automotive supplier since 1907, and continues to be privately owned and operated by the Haartz family. For more information, visit Join the conversation on Twitter, @Haartz.

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