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Yep it's ginger. I think it's a great combination! Here are the build stats on "Royal Cabernet". They where only producted in 1989.

http://members.aol.com/TCMasratiPage/TC/Specs.html

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, T2, CALIF 176

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 405

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 15

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 53

Total 649

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, T2, CALIF 157

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 307

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 12

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 40

Total 512

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, T2, CALIF 102

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, T2, 49 STATE 158

Total 260

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Glad you brought up that subject, I had one of those laying around also. It is now back where it should be. I wanted to ask you a question about the hard weathersripping along the outside drivers glass. I have a piece I want to replace on my TC but I can't get the window down far enough to remove the 4- screws that hold it to the door. I have removed the door panel and lowered the lower window stop as far as it will go. Does anyone have any ideas?

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I was going to do a project about this....

It's pretty hard to do if you ask me. I had to put the switch back in place once I got the panel off so that I could move the window up a little.

I'm sure that Larry knows "the right way" to do this ;-)

Oh, and I TRASHED my insulation getting it off. Does anyone know of a good replacment? I was thinking of using dynamat.

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You just have to remove the window to remove the belt moulding which the rubber gasket is attached to. When you tighten the 10mm nuts to re-attach the window, use the proper torque otherwise you may overtighten them and shatter the window. You don't want that to happen!

Larry Carlson

www.TCParts.com

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