REMEMBERPRICE IS WHAT YOU PAY - VALUE IS WHAT YOU GETHERE IS SOME response I HAVE RECEIVED RECENTLY THAT MAY HELP YOU IN YOUR DECISIONThanks David I was able to finish yesterday and it turned out great.I used a white pencil to mark a reference point.Then sniffing to the left approx.a quarter inch and zipped it in and window was completely smooth.Your replacement window fits like a glove I would highly recommend it.Also I feel in your design with the canvas overlap of canvas top is right on,and one more thing the price of the OEM replacement just under 400 bucks is just an example of greed.Thanks again David and good luck forward.
Thanksfor the great Z3 rear window. It went in so nice and easy!
Sent from my iPad. D.Allen PalmerInstalled the window this weekend-- single handed given the social distancing requirements.Went in nice and easy with lots of exiting and entering the car.Took about an hour with a couple of realignments to get the fit just right.Rick
Recently, I purchased a rear plastic window for my BMW Z-3 from you on E-BAY. To recount. It arrived on time with adequate email tracking. All items noted in your communications were included in the package, including detailed installation instructions.
Hi David, just to say thanks for your excellent service and helpful hints. I chose a warmish day with good light to start my refurb of my much loved Z3, we have been together for eighteen years!! And, like me, she needs a bit of TLC now!!!Your instructions were great, window came out like a breeze, and your replacement was a perfect fit, it took a few goes to get the zipper in the right place to start. On reflection I would not have tried to fit it in when there wasany resistancewhen pulling the zipper round, as when the perfect starting place was found it zipped in, in seconds flat. I found a loop of cord threaded through the zipper end was the best and most flexible pulling method. Also it would definitely help to secure the zip ends when starting, one stitch would do it, maybe not super glue just in case it is not spot on.Also really liked the finishing flap, as my hood was fraying slightly. But be careful not to get the glue over the top, I used masking tape, and a little help from an indelible black marker pen, on the very small overspill spots.My friend, how helped me, and I are both ladies of a 'forever young'! age. So if we can do it anyone can!!!
Hi David,We got the new window installed this afternoon. It took my son and me about one and a half hours. The Z3 body doesn't give you the interior room and angles that the 3 series offers, so it was tight. The car is in the garage now for the 24 hour waiting period and it looks great! Thanks much for providing an affordable solution that actually works!Jim