Yes, the photos posted on the earlier pages of this thread came from Flickr, and have links that look like this (though I'm showing you the URL here, rather than embedding it with an Img tag): http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5340/7173 ... 5aee_z.jpg" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Herm wrote:Flickr will give you a link to a single picture but they kind of hide it.. first select an image and select a size.. then you should see a link under the share button I think.. anyways look for it until you find it.
Happy to show it to anyone interested. The original headliner has no "fabric" per se, it's a pressed board fiber sort of thing... They covered it with a padded cloth headliner material to cover the shade and go around the cut edges of the headliner.aqn wrote:Looks great! I'm sure there will be a few Austin LEAFers interested in seeing this in person!
Are you sure it's "same color fabric" and not actually the original headliner/headliner fabric?PatricioEV wrote:They recovered the headliner with same color fabric. Looks factory.
It's a GREAT way to cool down the car. With the sunroof open or vented and the air on recirc, you can feel the air being pulled through the car (especially on your feet!) and it is MUCH quieter than having an window open or cracked!Nubo wrote:looks very nice. Great way to cool down the car
thanks, works just fine with photobucket!!ILETRIC wrote:Use Photobucket.
It supplies the link with img's imbedded on both ends for each individual pic. Copy at Photobucket, paste here and you're done.
PatricioEV wrote:I finally found a company to put in a sunroof!
Webasto 930 Dual Panel in-built. Auto single vent, double vent, open close, memory position. Sunroof closes automatically when you turn the car off. They moved the dome light back and did a great job on installation! $1299+tax. I can't for the life of me figure out how to load pics or video to this site (even though I have literally hundreds on other forums.) Anyway, here are the links:
Pics: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hrg78732/s ... 672060424/
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mD2bp2tY ... ature=plcp
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oxo wrote:I wouldn't get the dual pane roof. Single pane to avoid the pain later down the road. $1050 is a great price. It will look OEM when they are done if they are good. American Sunroof had spec'd the Solaire 4300 for $1395 in San Diego and the 5300 is the same roof with extra control features on the switch like auto close. I personally like the roof to open and close only when I press and hold the button. Keep us posted.
PatricioEV wrote:oxo wrote:I wouldn't get the dual pane roof. Single pane to avoid the pain later down the road. $1050 is a great price. It will look OEM when they are done if they are good. American Sunroof had spec'd the Solaire 4300 for $1395 in San Diego and the 5300 is the same roof with extra control features on the switch like auto close. I personally like the roof to open and close only when I press and hold the button. Keep us posted.
Our '06 Subaru Outback XT has a (much larger!) dual-pane sunroof and we've never had a problem with it. I know everyone says that EVERY sunroof leaks eventually, but honestly, I've never had a sunroof that leaked. That includes a '78 Mercedes I sold to a European collector a couple of years ago. If you take care of them (particularly cleaning the drain tubes), there's no reason you should have problems down the road.