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Jim2 Jim2 is offline
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Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Calgary
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I just finished much the same as what you describe but it was on a 993, though the roof is the same as a 911. Did the sunroof thing too. Lots and lots of hours to get it right. No epoxy solution. I started in Jan and finished in Oct. part time of course. Had the roof on and off a couple hundred times to trim the A and B pillars, then the outside and inside of the C pillars. Had to reconstruct the window lip needed to hold the rear quarter windows in (used SC glass, not glue in 993 $$ parts). The window lip is in a different location for the cab, but maybe yours is preserved.

Sorry for taking your thread off course Robby, but I thought you would be interested in some first hand work.

The white roof is a 95 993 and the yellow roof is a 66 912. Both the same aside from the sunroof so I wanted to use the 912 roof but corrosion was pretty bad around the rear quarter windows so I used the white roof and some donor skin from the 912 to fill in the opening.

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