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Instion of sharp edged plank through rear door onto sloping front dashboard leading to puncture and small indentation.
Any guide to repair kit/repairer very welcome.
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There are companies out there that specialise in minor interior repairs, (tears in seat fabric, holes in dash from hands free kits etc), i'm not sure if Chipsaway do this but i'm sure if you find your local Chipsaway they will be able to put you in the right direction.
 
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Hi, dont rush out and spend loads of cash. I did a similar thing in mine last year. I had a dent about 1cm long and 2mm deep in the dash. But a week of hot sun and the thing re-shaped itself :D You really cant see it anymore unless I point it out and then it really is very tiny..
 

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saabHOT said:
Instion of sharp edged plank through rear door onto sloping front dashboard leading to puncture and small indentation.
Any guide to repair kit/repairer very welcome.
Cheers!
How did you manage to get a plank to go "through" the rear door? :eek:
 
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Chris 9-5 said:
How did you manage to get a plank to go "through" the rear door? :eek:
That'l be coz he drives an estate ;) or maybe just magic :lol:
 

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Finn said:
That'l be coz he drives an estate ;) or maybe just magic :lol:
Just wondered about the hole in the door :eek: :eek:
 

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it's magic!

Whoops! Estate rear door was open to insert wood. Thanks for tip - esp. wait and see. I'll do that first.
 

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Weclome to Saab Central by the way ;)
 
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