Hi All, The mechanical worm my new camper needs is progressing nicely, so I thought I'd have a think about the camping side of things and in particular the pop-top. From the M-Codes, I know my camper started life as a tin-top Westy, so the pop-top is a later addition. I've done a good deal of research in to which roof it could have and have come up with a fair few possibilities, but nothing conclusive to identify it. I've uploaded a few images. as you can see, the top has some rather unusual(?) off-set facets and no form of ventilation. The metal struts in the images look very like those used by SpaceRoofs, but I have been in touch with them & they say it isn't one of theirs. Also, as it is now, there are no gas-struts (and I can't see any holes where some may have been fitted in the past), so there is no way for it to stay up. In fact, it is now held down with cable ties & I understand the precious owner never had it up at all (it is water tight though!). Hidden in there also, is the tattered remains of a white cotton 'canvas', with net windows and flaps (to cover the net windows) in the same fabric as the curtains visible in the images. I'm in 2 minds about the frame/cut out. Where the skin & ribs have been removed to open the roof, the cuts are smooth, suggesting a professional job, and the frame itself is a good fit, but its installation seems a bit sloppy - using long screws with exposed threads as opposed to rivets and/or buts & bolts, which seems a little sloppy. Also, no attempt has been made to attend to the headlining. My feeling is that the roof was a kit bought by some previous owner and only partially installed... So if anyone has any idea of the make/model...maybe I can track down some correct spares...structs... canvas...etc... If not, I'll just have to work it out as I go!!! TBH, I'm quite looking forward to getting it all ship-shape (so-to speak!) It'll be fun! TIA Paul.