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Sportwagon boot cubby holes

The flap on the drivers side cubby hole in the boot of my SW is broken. I had a word with Dan at Autolusso about getting a replacement, he didn't have a matching one at the time but I will be trying again later. He did however suggest that physically replacing this item was not much trouble.

Can anyone give me a walkthrough of what is involved, i.e. how many screws, where they are, etc. I want to establish whether or not I can do this before I go any further with sourcing a matching replacement, forking out cash for one, etc.

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Contemplated doing this on milady's sportwagon, before it failed MOT, so I got a replacement one to fit....but to be honest I was quite pleased not to have to do it as it is quite a big job, as to replace the whole thing means stripping out quite a bit of the bootspace carpet etc....

I've still got it though if you want to do the job, as I just broke milady's car and replaced it with a near identical model - that had good boot cubby holes, amongst other attractions - like tax, test, and a 200cc biger engine

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