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Old 7th May 2017, 10:30
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Default Question MX5 Z3 roof rear windows

Having just spied Drummermajor's new roof and got to thinking.
On the DNAOC forum someone has just had a new roof fitted but had the shape and size of the rear window changed slightly to make it look less like a Z3.

Would it be possible I wonder to have a roof made to take the later MX5 glass rear window?
I imagine that the most important part is, is there enough room on the back shelf to take the window when folded, if no would removing all the plastic behind the seats give enough room?
Having always had a convertible since the early 80's, I have always found the week point to be the plastic rear window. Glass is so much more practical, doesn't cloud, tear or rip and gives you a proper working HRW.

Anyone have any thoughts on the matter?
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