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Remove parcel shelf from convertible top


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Hello folks,

It's been a long time. I am still driving the same machine....with the same engine ;)

I did a search for this but didn't come up with anything. Is it possible to remove the rear parcel shelf from the convertible top. It desperately needs a clean and I cant get into the corner near the window.

Cheers

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So, I figured it out. It is so simple it took me exactly 3 minutes to remove the parcel shelf from the hartop. Basically, it is just clipped in. All you do is undo the clips, push it up towards the window and slide it out. Refitting is reverse but I used a 6" nail to pull the clips back through. Tip: if you do this, its a good time to clean the window. If you intend cleaning the leather, do that first, followed by the window.

My hardtop has been sitting in the air on a hoist for 3 years and collected an amazing amount of dust. This is why I had to clean it. Picture before and after tell the story.

The marks are where I tried to get the vacuum between the window and the shelf. Impossible task.

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