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    south of France
  • Porsche Club
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  • Present cars
    Boxster 986 Tip, Porsche 968 1993 6spd Cab
  • Future cars
    Maybe new Box but not sure, prefer N/A, I guess I'm a bit old school.
  • Former cars
    944 1991 Cab
  1. Found the original directions, my thanks to Chris in NH, Fred Adler, and Maurice/1stchoir .... great detail!
  2. Mike I've been hoping to see a recent post from you on this subject so I could say thanks for your post on roof replacement. I followed your directions and it all worked like a charm, especially the tip about using screwdrivers (I used nail punches) through the holes above the windows in order to lever the new rag into place. Below are the "before" and after "shots". The top came from Topsonline and after two years has shown no signs of leakage or malfunction (sorry for the delay in thanking you but during that time I have retired and moved house and country). The colour is probably not to everyone's taste, but I believe it really lifts the look of the car. The glass is smaller, granted, but one adjusts as one does with any new car. However, it has the advantage of containing demisting elements; swings and roundabouts. Of greater inconvenience is the restricted space for accessing the engine as the rear of the roof doesn't fold upwards so easily. I also moved the aircon. controls and put in a double DIN with satnav and rear camera, enabled the OBC and wired up cruise control .... I think I need to thank Wayne and his project book for those. Again, many thanks Mike for all your efforts.
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