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Re: stopping tonneau leaks

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Subject: Re: stopping tonneau leaks
From: Max Heim <>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 10:41:18 -0700
I see your point, but some of us who 1) don't drive every day; and 2) don't
have a garage, can't avoid getting caught with the tonneau in a downpour now
and then. In this climate, I much prefer exposing the relatively cheap,
windowless tonneau to the fierce sun, rather than the soft top. My top has
lasted over twelve years (with windows intact) due to this practice. The
carpet is another story, however...

on 6/19/01 10:05 AM, Charley & Peggy Robinson at wrote:

> I find all this rather amusing.  Some listers seem to have created a
> quasi-religion whose mantra is: "Omm, top down, no matter what the
> weather, ommm."  (Biig Grin)
> When I think it's going to rain I put the top up.  Or put Her Majesty
> in the garage where she may reign over the spare parts inside while it
> rains outside.  ;^)
> Dry Cheers,
> CR


Max Heim
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
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