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PostPosted: Sat May 22, 2021 4:25 pm 
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Location: Eastbourne, UK
Car Models: Saab 900i Convertible (1992)
I need to remove the inner lining to repair some tears in the outer roof cover. The lining is secured in some way to a cross bar above the front seats but I cannot work out how this is done. I thought it might be Velcro but it is fixed too securely. Can anyone advise please? I believe I have to remove the 7 screws from the bar above the windscreen.


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