mine too. actually the roof is the worst, clearcoat is almost gone. good thing i have hookups in the bodywork industry, should have it repainted this summer or the spring afterwards.Bishop92T said:No, my front and rear bumpers are fading. The teal apparently didn't get a clear coat or not a very good clear coat on the bumpers.
It's not even close to 75% as much. It's more like 50% at best. The roof section that opens is somewhat large but that frame on the inside blocks off a few inches on each side greatly reducing your view.Originally posted by Nocheez back on topic: my 92 has the sliding sunroof. opens up 75% as much as a targa with 1% of the hassle. [/B]
See the username, see the signature? The name is Bishop.Okay, okay Alan. Chill. I think it's just a case of liking what you happen to have better.
Well of course the targa will never be as stiff as the hardtop. My point was merely that the sunroof is no match for the targa. If you want to race get a hardtop, if you want to have the convertible experience and look good doing it get the targa.Regarding the chassis flex issue... I must differ. My car has bone stock swaybars, and no strut braces, etc... Larry's car (Larry_A to people here) has big swaybars, strut tower braces front and rear, the do luck RXB, and the targa top... We've swapped cars back to back, and we both agreed that even with the disparity in aftermarket components, my car had a far stiffer chassis.