It's dark blue, as was the original (though faded ). Noise levels improved too. Old rear window was also starting to split and there was a small hole in the roof (no leaks though) and the passenger side window had rubbed the top edge on the fabric.Nice. Definitely looks neater, I think it's a bit closer to the side windows too.
Is that a dark blue colour or black? The photo showing the top of the, err, top seems to show dark blue like mine. Nice and tight on the top - is it quieter than the old one when driving at a fair speed?
Rear window looks a big improvement and again seems to fit closer than the original's multi-layered arrangement.
Mine still has its original roof, some of the stitching worn away and a bit loose on top. Think I might get one made locally and keep the original for, umm, originality in the future.
Cheers :thumbs: It was only going to be a replacement rear window section (they're about £280/€320.00 new), but I treated the car to a first birthday ownership present, so £786.00/€900.00 Will last for the next 12 years of it's life !Bloody hell your Spider looks mintier than a mint thing.
How much did the roof set you back?
+1 on Zoe yellow with the blue roof :thumbs:Very nice job! Not meaning to start the whole colour debate but I do like the colour combination as
Same as Swiss - Aldridge Trimmers in Wolverhampton.+1 on Zoe yellow with the blue roof :thumbs:
My roof is still fitting well and taught but showing some signs of fading in places so very interested in your result.
Can you tell us all who did it for you as if I feel flush over the winter I might treat the old girl