You could get this. Or you could just lean it against the wall with some carpet or foam underneath it. As a roadster owner, I rarely drive the car with the top on...if it's not nice enough to roll topless, I drive something else.
I use 3 padded hangers (they protrude 16" from the wall), 2 on the bottom, 1 on the top. I spaced them so I have to slide the top in from the side...that way it can't fall over and fall out...it will contact the top hanger. I keep the soft top and bag on the bottom behind the hard top. I added extra padding to the bottom hangers...
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