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Mustang convertible top motor repair recommendation

I just had the Mustang's convertible top motor/pump repaired by Convertible Top Motor and Pump Repair and I am very pleased with the results. It took ten days which includes the round trip shipping times, so Jim was fast ( not that I didn't need it fast with all the snow on the ground and the sub-zero temperatures outside ). He warrantees his work as well. I chose to have the original motor repaired rather than get a salvaged used unit and not know how long it will last. I also retain the OEM unit with any applicable date codes or markings or finishes. Reinstallation and getting the system working was one of the easiest things I've done. The hardest part was just getting the four rubber feet back into the holes in the mounting bracket, only because two of the feet were close to the back seat metal support and created less working clearance. The system bleeds itself just by cycling the top and adding more fluid when it slows down or starts to 'gurggle'. I am happy with the $85.00 bill which included return shipping. His website is informative with a description of the units through the years. I highly recommend. Dudley
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Is this guy still in business? So far no response from his website Contact

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