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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-27-2013, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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Lost my hardtop in the Black Forest Fire

Lost my mag blue hard top in the Black Forest Fire. Anyone have a mag blue hard top they are looking to get rid of for cheap? May consider black if I cannot find blue.

Also lost my passenger side tan door panel and door handle...

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-27-2013, 08:45 AM
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Sorry to hear you lost your hardtop, but glad you're okay. For the most part, things can be replaced.
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ouch! Based on your shared photos elsewhere, I assume you want an Elise hardtop. You can consider painting one if it's the wrong color.

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Sorry for the loss but glad your ok! Hard tips go for about $1000.00 but I have seen some for $800.00 recently. Hopefully insurance will help. Good luck!

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Sorry for your loss!
There was a fire in the black forest???
I haven't seen anything on the news here, even though the black forest is just around the corner...

If I die, my biggest fear is that my wife sells all my toys for the price I told her I bought them for...
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Yes... Family is all fine and that really is all that matters. it is 2005 Elise... And my Black Forest was probably (and certainly is now) smaller than the "original" one across the pond.

The baby is in storage for a while till we get some storage of our own again.

Would certainly consider painting.

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Very sorry for your loss. As a fellow Colorado Springs Lotus owner I would be happy to help in any way possible. If you want a free garage to store your Lotus just let me know.

View of the fire from my house.

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Here's one for sale section if you have not seen it.
https://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f95/...-800-a-153129/

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Sent pm's for a month now and no responses on that mag blue one. With so few posts I am not hopefully. Oh well...
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