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An upholster will be able to help you here I have used vinyl tops on cars and from experience they are the best rust producers ever invented . Over time the UV rays from the sun produce small pin size holes in the vinyl and the moisture gets in and the rust starts . Just a suggestion to check vinyl roofs in the wreckers and see how many are rust rotten -- if you want to keep the car.

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