Complete roof cut that includes the rear window opening and package tray. These roofs may or may not have the holes drilled for a vinyl top. If you have doubts of whether or not you need a roof with or without a rear window, we suggest that you remove your rear glass and peel back your vinyl roof and inspect the lower channel where the rear windshield rests and the section of steel covered by the vinyl material. A 1967 non-vinyl top roof with package tray is pictured.
We want you to keep something in mind: When shipping a roof, we have to account for a number of things including man-hours on building a crate, the charge for the truck that comes to pick it up, and the price of the air freight. In the end, you can expect to pay upwards of $1000 for shipping, and that's not including the price of the roof. Unless you're bringing a trailer to pick it up yourself, your best bet is to call around locally to try to find a Cougar nearer to you and work out something with the owner. Try jumping on the Cougar forum and see what you can find out. classiccougarcommunity.com
Our video below shows how to replace just the roof skin. This is a good option if your rear window channel and package tray are repairable, but the roof skin is badly rusted. In that case, you can buy just our roof top cut, which is much less expensive.