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Post by tg184 » Fri 12 Jan, 2018 12:01

Does anyone here know the people behind this wind deflector supplier? Or had any dealings with them in the last few years?
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Cabrioot » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 16:13

Yes. I live in the same city.
Has many winddeflectors.
Just a Dutch company

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Post by Cabrioot » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 16:19

Yes. I live in the same city.
Has many winddeflectors.
Just a Dutch company
Wt do you want to now or can i do something?
Own aZ1 myself

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Green Genie » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 18:43

Hello tg184 good to see you posting again :D

I assume you are referring to the Perspex windeflector as opposed to the mesh? going by the pics on their site.

I have no personal knowledge of this company, but Jet has the Perspex type on his car I'm sure he will be on here soon to let you know where he obtained his.

BTW: Did you get your seats recovered?
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 18:47

Thanks guys.

I approached them a while back about a wind deflector, and they were very helpful in responding to emails. Sent off the money about a month ago and suddenly it's all gone quiet, can't even get a response to emails. Hoping it's just that they've been away or busy over the holiday, just getting a bit antsy.
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Cabrioot » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 19:37

This is the Adress and Phone number.
Try to call them if no luck let me no.
The live there already for a long time.

Cabrio Design Winddeflector
Street: Hornikswei 77
Postcode:)4464AT
City: Goes
Nederland
+31648339137

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 22:37

Thank you, I will.
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Sat 13 Jan, 2018 22:39

My previous emails to info@cabriodesign.nl got replies from someone called 'Marleen', is that correct do you know? (I'm wondering if my emails were intercepted and spoofed).
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Post by Cabrioot » Sun 14 Jan, 2018 13:45

I dont now names.
Tradional yes christmas and 1 week of Jan are holidayperiode so if the dont reply on phonecalls let me now.
Unnow nummer will not be answerd so indentify yourself.

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Sat 03 Feb, 2018 23:35

Thank you all for your help.

A few days after I posted, hadn't yet phoned, and I got a notification from the Dutch arm of the courier that they had a parcel they were shipping to me, with a brief cover note from SISA Design. All now arrived, not yet opened and attached but hopefully all sorted out. So I'm a little relieved and pleased.

I know that Dutch culture is focused and doesn't do small talk, but I'm still a little baffled that I've had *no* direct communication from them since placing the order, although they were really helpful about answering queries up to that point. But I'm vey happy to have received the wind deflector (well, at this point a wind-deflector shaped box with something heavy inside :D ) and I'll let you know what I think of it when I've got it on the car.
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Cabrioot » Sun 04 Feb, 2018 18:33

Happy you recieved parts.
Good luck with mounthing.
Post a picture when ready i am intrested to buy one mi self

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Sun 04 Feb, 2018 21:43

Thank you, I will. Be patient, it may not be for a little while.
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Jet » Mon 05 Feb, 2018 09:08

Is it Perspex or Glass?

Been meaning to change the shield on mine which is perspex, some very fine scratches I cant get rid of.

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by felix » Mon 05 Feb, 2018 17:34

have you tried a paste of jeweller's rouge and olive oil?

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Cabrioot » Mon 05 Feb, 2018 20:04

Normaly its NOT perspex but Lexaan and different to clean.
Dont no the names of cleaningstuf but you better check before ceaning.
Perspex brakes in scharp parts and Lexaan cracks
Good luck

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by tg184 » Mon 05 Feb, 2018 23:29

@Jet

Don't know yet, will let you know when I can.

But a) I don't think it'll be glass (would need to be toughened to be safe; not sure it would withstand torsion on the move without shattering; weight vs strength of support?) and b) AFAIK mine is the same one you got...
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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by Jet » Wed 07 Feb, 2018 10:15

felix wrote:
Mon 05 Feb, 2018 17:34
have you tried a paste of jeweller's rouge and olive oil?
My first reaction was a smirk, then I realised your serious :D
I know not what it is, but according to my Google companion, it is "finely ground ferric oxide, used as a polish for metal and optical glass".

I'll give it a try. Chz Felix.

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Re: Cabriodesign.nl

Post by felix » Wed 07 Feb, 2018 19:39

You cheeky so and so - accusing me of pulling your leg! As if! ;)

Toothpaste is another choice but probably too coarse unless it's more than just the lightest of light scratches. Mint or regular both work. :D

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