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Re: RE: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2018/07/06 21:04:57 (permalink)
Hi all I had a new hood on my boxster today fitted by Car Hood Warehouse who I would highly recommen.
 
i also went from black back to blue as it left the factory and the car looks a million dollars (I wish).
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Re: RE: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2018/07/06 21:18:35 (permalink)
Hopefully if you follow the link you’ll see a few imagers.
 
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Re: RE: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2018/07/14 22:27:50 (permalink)
Hi all
 
After a few enquiries with other specialists I had my plastic window replaced today by Gary Hubbard in Loughborough (Hubbard Upholstery). He knows his stuff and it was £225 well spent. He told me that the previous window (at least ten years old and before my ownership) had not been done to Porsche spec but he did a good job with the new one. Recommended.
 
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Re: RE: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2018/07/25 12:11:56 (permalink)
I’m surprised that insurers paid.  Aged plastic windows become brittle with age and exposure to UV light.  It isn’t accidental breakage, it’s age related wear and tear.  Think yourself lucky.
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Re: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2020/01/26 18:52:31 (permalink)
I had my 986 Boxster done by BAS in Cwmbran years ago. It was much better than the original roof with a heated glass rear window. I recommend them.
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Re: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2020/01/30 23:25:29 (permalink)
The previous owner of my 986 used this firm to replace the roof. I called recently to see if I could have the plastic screen replaced as it’s gone cloudy but they said this isn’t something they did. 


roof replacement was £590 in 2011.

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Re: Plastic Window Replacement - Experiences here please? 2020/01/31 00:02:49 (permalink)
Trimmteck
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Sandbach
Cheshire
CW11 3SB
United Kingdom
Jason did mine with really good quality material for £220 a couple of years ago.
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