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I noticed this past weekend that when the top is up and parked with the front end facing down that in a rain storm a lake forms between the rear window and the two humps on the rear deck lid. The water didn't migrate into the trunk area but it may be advisable to park with the front end facing up hill. Has anyone else noticed this?
 

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some have reported the same over on the sol forum. A few even reported that letting that water sit there for to long allowed it to start leaking into the trunk.
 

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Jayne said:
I noticed this past weekend that when the top is up and parked with the front end facing down that in a rain storm a lake forms between the rear window and the two humps on the rear deck lid. The water didn't migrate into the trunk area but it may be advisable to park with the front end facing up hill. Has anyone else noticed this?
It has been mentioned. While the seals may be OK -- I think a word to the wise about parking on a bit of a slope is a good idea.
I don't think you'll see water in the trunk (good drainage system) but I worry about getting under the window...:willy:
 

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Jayne said:
I noticed this past weekend that when the top is up and parked with the front end facing down that in a rain storm a lake forms between the rear window and the two humps on the rear deck lid. The water didn't migrate into the trunk area but it may be advisable to park with the front end facing up hill. Has anyone else noticed this?

Mine is not allowed to be outside in the rain.
 

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MCsky said:
Mine is not allowed to be outside in the rain.
Buy a diecast model and store it in a closed glass cabinet in your living room :jester:
 
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