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staples

Model: 928S, Year:1985, Mileage:101000, Type of use:Street use only
The interior cover is put on the backing in my 928 with staples and glue. Where can I get these staples? There are 1/2" with 1/8" leg. If these staples are not available, what can I use the attach the cover?Thanks

Warped Rear Quarter Panels

Vehicle Information: Year: 1983; Engine (size, modifications): 4.7liter; Total Mileage: 28000; Transmission type: Autotomatic;

This vehical has been in storage for over 10 years and just recently restored to running condition. The rear qtr panels appear to have warped from time and I would like to find out what options are available to rectify the problem. The material over the panels are still in great shape (no cracking).

Leather Interior

Vehicle Information: Year: 1985; Engine (size, modifications): 4.6; Total Mileage: 101000; Transmission type: Autotomatic;

My car has black leather looking interior.There are no M number on the sticker in the hatch area. What coverings in the interior can I expect to be leather? I believe the seats are leather. The dash is vinyl.

Replacement Fabric for Rear Cargo Cover on 1986

Vehicle Information: Year: 1986; Engine (size, modifications): 5.0; Total Mileage: 105,000;

Over the years, the stretchy fabric on the top of my brown rear cargo cover has faded from the sun and, more importantly, now is showing a couple of small rips. The bottom portion of the cover, which is made of a heavier fabric, is fine. I would like to replace just the top fabric with something similar which also stretches. Any advice on where to find such fabric, or something suitable which would resist sun and the stress and strain of automotive use?

Driver Door Panel

Vehicle Information: Year: 1988 S4; Engine (size, modifications): Stock; Total Mileage: 115000;

The plastic has broken where the door panel mounts to the door. I have tried to use larger washers and it is working for now. I know it is only a matter of time before the plastic under the larger washers cracks. With new panels listing for $1400, I was hoping you or others had any clever ideas of how to reinforce the door panel.

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