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Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 12:46:25 -0600
Subject: Re: Convertibles and Carwashes

The Saab roof is fabric not vinyl and as such I wouldn't take it anywhere near an automatic car wash. The fabric could be scratched, torn or stained. The Saab roof is very, very, expensive, around $4000 installed. Where a vinyl roof is only $500. Why risk it. Find one of those do it yourself wash centers or find an old fashioned hand car wash. I get my cars washed by hand for $5 when I don't feel like getting wet. Drew Childress 98 900S Conv. 88 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce (with original roof) In article <>, solomandernopsamcom (Solomander) wrote: > > I am the happy owver of a new 900 SE convertible. The owner's manual advises > against taking convertibles into car washes. What have your experiences been? > Has anybody had their convertibles washed in car washes? Any problem? I like > this car so much that hand washing won't be a problem, at least until it gets > cold. Now, I just have to finish adjusting to Saab ergonomics after a string of > Nissans. > Regards, > Joel Solomon > -----== Posted via Deja News, The Leader in Internet Discussion ==----- Now offering spam-free web-based newsreading

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