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Re[2]: door seals = $$$

Why do you want to add air vents?  I'm thinking of welding mine up (or maybe 
just the outer top one).  The foam inside has, quite literally, disintegrated 
and at high speeds water from the outside drips in to the rear stowage area.

The air vents are just part of the positive flow system (air enters the cabin 
from the front and exits out the back).  I've taped mine up to keep the H2O out 
and have observed no changes (although, methinks that big black ragtop provides 
plenty of air flow :)

     Toby Erkson
     modified '72 Squareback 2.0L
     stock '75 Porsche 914 1.8L

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Subject: Re: door seals = $$$
Author:  type-3-errors@umich.edu at SMTPGATE
Date:    10/22/96 1:58 PM

The door seals are expensive but they are OEM and an excellent fit, I
figure they'll last another 25 years or so anyway!

I could not find pop out seals anywhere and finisehed up replacing the
popouts with fixed glass as in the later models.  I'm thinking of adding
air vents in the rear pillars as well al-la the 71 & 72 models.

Steve Farmer

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