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I have 2 early square dashed 944's that I'm currently in the process of recomissioning. Both cars have cracked dash tops. Both cars are UK right hand drive.

We used to be able to get the repair skins/covers here in the UK for the right hand drives cars, but now I can't find them anywhere!

Both cars are 1985 models, and both have black interiors.

I've contacted Coverlay direct to see if they do a right hand drive skin, but they said they don't do them and wouldn't make any because there wouldn't be the demand from the right hand drive market... What a shame!

Would love to hear if anyone can help ?

Many thanks : )

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