Author Topic: Cabriolet Wind Deflector 18/01/2011  (Read 21557 times)

Offline DANO

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #10 on: 05 September 2004, 10:03 »
Having seen Darren Robinson's Cab and Adam's at a couple of shows, I decided to make the leap and buy my own. I got the 'XL' version (no not a cab on steroids!!) but it has a cover the goes across the back seats as well as up the back of the front seats. It effectively makes the car a two seater.
The product is well made and is easily put in place. I leave the mesh up constantly and the rear seats can then have things on them and out of prying eyes.
By the way... I have a spare so if anyone is interested PM me and we could meet up at the Campaign Register do at Warwickshire later in the month.

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #11 on: 16 September 2004, 10:45 »
I've ordered the XL version 3 weeks ago and have got it now, it's very good quality, very happy.
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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #12 on: 16 September 2004, 11:32 »
By the way... I have a spare so if anyone is interested PM me and we could meet up at the Campaign Register do at Warwickshire later in the month.
:'( Gutted!  Forgot about that, I was supposed to be going to but the car is off the road and you can't go unless u've got a mk1.!

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #14 on: 13 January 2005, 15:24 »
I fancy getting one, but I'm skint at the moment  :sad:

I wonder if you can get them in cream or beige to make my car?  :huh:

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #15 on: 26 January 2005, 20:08 »
Has that link not got a cream one-with blk fabric? :undecided:

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #16 on: 31 March 2005, 20:58 »
Having seen Darren Robinson's Cab and Adam's at a couple of shows, I decided to make the leap and buy my own. I got the 'XL' version (no not a cab on steroids!!) but it has a cover the goes across the back seats as well as up the back of the front seats. It effectively makes the car a two seater.
The product is well made and is easily put in place. I leave the mesh up constantly and the rear seats can then have things on them and out of prying eyes.
By the way... I have a spare so if anyone is interested PM me and we could meet up at the Campaign Register do at Warwickshire later in the month.
when you got the instructions did you get all parts of the instructions cause i got 1,2,4,5 but no part 3 :cry:

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #17 on: 06 April 2005, 11:21 »
Sorry for late reply but I haven't been on the site for ages!! :sad:

I have just looked at my instructions and the Part 3 is missing from my instructions also....but I never noticed!!

I have had the top down once this year and took 'Mrs P.' out and she was very pleased that her hair didn't blow around. I still maintain that if you own a Cabby then this itwem will help enhance your driving pleasure!!

To give you some idea, the additional wind break that I had in September last year was sold within 5 minutes of my arrival at the Mk1 Gaydon meet. People were gathering around the car asking about it and 2 couples were after it in the end!! they got a bargin for £80.00

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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #18 on: 06 April 2005, 12:02 »
im going to order one of these tomorrow  :evil:
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Re: Cabriolet wind deflector
« Reply #19 on: 07 April 2005, 22:29 »
If you run a cabby....get it bought, you know it makes sense!!

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