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Old 11-05-2008, 01:18 PM   #1
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How do I know if my car already has Hardtop Install Kit?

Hi guys,

I bought my M3 used in February. The listing from the dealer said that there was a hardtop available for purchase with the car. However, when I bought the car, the hardtop had already been sold. Assuming that the hardtop came in with the car on trade in, it would probably have had the install kit on already. How do I check to see if the install kit is still there?



'edit' Just found out, I already have. Apparently, all Canadian Verts have HT Install Kit from Factory/dealer
DR CHUCK (plate number ON)
2003 Titanium Silver M3 Cabriolet
AC Schnitzer rear lip spoiler, Carbon Fibre Rear Valence and front strut bar.
Supersprint Exhaust

Last edited by drchuck72; 11-08-2008 at 02:42 PM. Reason: found answer
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