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Newish car for me, only had since January, and due to winter, haven't driven it much.
I was hoping when weather warmed up, that the top would go down more. But this seems to be the extent in recent temps of about 70 degrees.
Is this normal?:
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that's how it's supposed to be. still have the factory boot to put on it?
Originally Posted by RazorGT
Hi, I saw from a lot of your posts that you are really full of yourself. Just wanted to let you know that my fiance is an Engineer and drives a 2013 GT500 Vert, and very pretty. I'm currently in Law School. Have a nice day.
__________________ 2007 Mustang Convertible
V6, auto, dual exhaust with FRPP x-pipe and FR500S mufflers, Roush front bumper and fog lights, side scoops, black hood scoop, JVC touchscreen head unit, ACC black carpet, aftermarket heated seats, brake calipers painted torch red to match the car, 18" chrome Saleen 5 spoke rims with 275's in the back and 255's in the front, C&L cold air intake, Bama SF3/X3 tuner
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