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Old 02-21-2006, 09:54 PM   #21
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DJ, did they butcher your headliner, JohnDeerBoy makes it sound like a install job from H***. Did you use a moonroof headliner?

And John Deer Boy, when you look at the roof, is the moonroof crooked? I know you mentioned that it was very crooked but was it shockingly obivious from the outside or just subtle if you looked hard enough?
No, i mentioned that i never noticed the roof was crooked until I had the headliner out. Afterwards I measured it from the outside and the opening is off by less than a quarter inch corner-to-corner. Not noticeable.

DJ: I have doubts as to how "OEM" your roof is. Is its motor in the front or back?
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My sunroof, I LOVE it. Car came from the factory without one, but was installed by a local place with a lifetime warranty.
I know that my roof is NOT OEM, but was installed by a local shop and was then sold when the car was new in 1992. And I have no idea where the motor is.

Pricing, hm, I might be able to come by it. Here are some of the documents I have:


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Hmm, really can't figure it out. But they spelled SSEi wrong.

Thanks for the info Pat and DJ. I'll have to study them more closely
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Am I seeing things or does that say $26,660?+
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Do I think you should get a moonroof, yes. Because I think they are so damn cool. That I would love to get one for my SE that didn't come with one That is about the only thing I miss about the wife'* Protoge' 5.



Do I think it will be easy,or inexpensive? No
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Am I seeing things or does that say $26,660?+
Yeah these were expensive cars when new.


Now how'd this get dug up? You guys know better.
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