Corvette Convertible Vette Net / Wind Break - Frameless : C7 Stingray

SKU: 25102310
Manufacturer Part Number: C7-FVN
Availability: Usually Ships In 3-5 Days
$429.00
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The ultimate Corvette Convertible, in-cabin wind control!
C7 Corvette Stingray Convertible Vette Net / Wind Break FRAMELESS / INVISIBLE 2014 2015

The first question we get is, "Does it really work?" The answer is simply "Yes, it really works!" 
THE VETTE NET WINDBREAK REDUCES WIND-BUFFETING, NOISE, AND BACK-DRAFT AS WELL AS HELP CONTROL TEMPERATURE. STANDS ONLY 7 INCHES IN HEIGHT. MAKE NO MODIFICATIONS TO YOUR CAR. 

The New Vette Net has been designed to lie flat in the trunk. We have incorporated safety corner pieces to prevent any metal from touching the car. We have kept our patented lock down easy install bracket system, but have modified the Net Bracket catch to allow for the adjustable positioning. (Vette Net comes Pre-set to GM Specifications)
Vette Net blocks 40% more wind than our competitors because the Vette Net covers the area behind the seats for door to door coverage, not just the center of between the seats. 
The New Adjustable Vette Net is here. Customize the Height for your view and comfort level. The Vette Net can also be adjusted to a specific width of your car.

Vette Net is the Original GM Licensed Wind Restrictor for Corvette.
Vette Net has twelve years of satisfied customers.
Vette Net is simple, easy, stylish and affordable.
Vette Net weighs just 3 lbs....easy on easy off, no bolts, no screws, no fuss!

This is the same style of wind screen Mercedes, BMW and Porsche engineers have developed for there convertibles.
The New "Vette Net" is made from light weight aluminum and features a frame-less acrylic windscreen.
Mounting bracket included and installation takes about 60 seconds. No drilling cutting or welding is necessary for installation.
"Vette Net" stores conveniently in your trunk.

Note: You can leave the bracket in place when raising the top but you should remove the deflector.
Leaving the deflector attached can cause the bracket to dislodge from it's correct location.
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