Why pay the outrageous price from the Porsche dealership for a replacement window?
Why pay for a whole window when only the plastic is bad?
Most Porsche Boxster's had a window that is sewed and glued on. BMW developed
a process to replace the sewn-in window without taking the top off of the car.
When you go to the BMW dealership,
they will sell you a window for close to $300 and an "install kit." I'm selling the exact same thing,
but it is not from BMW. I include the same tools that were in the install kit. The instructions
indicate that you hand sew this new window into the old holes. It is a 2+ hour job that is best
handled with two people.
The plastic that I use is higher quality and longer lasting than OEM Porsche plastic. The OEM plastic can be scratched with your fingernail. This plastic won't easily be scratched with your fingernail.