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Thread: Need Roof Box

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    Need Roof Box

    I've looked all over. Does anyone sell the roof box? I see there is a stainless one in the UK but it's not listed as for sale.

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    We make to order in house as one size doesn't fit all. Over the counter sales are difficult on this one.

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    Roof Box

    So how do i go about it and what would the cost be?

    Thank you

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    President, DeLorean Industries
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    My VIN:    5646,5080, 5880, 10234, 3639, 2518, 10586, 1538

    Custom fitted box section is 950.00. We make to order off your car. This involves roming the part for car dimensions etc. installation and fitment of doors ranges from 45-60 hours depending on severity. If you already have door fitment issues it will be on the higher end estimate wise. Current waiting list for our updated box install puts us in September before we can start another one. We are the only company to make custom three pieces box sections fit to the car. Other option is Grady in Long Island who uses U.K. Box style. Not sure what his wait is currently.

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    Actually just saw your location. You are close to rob. He can replace it for you.

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    Roof box

    Thanks, I didn't even know about him. He had to be on Long Island, lol. Takes a boat ride for me to get there.

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    Rob had several old roof boxes in usable condition. Not sure if he has any currently or if he is using new ones. Big job. If yours is not rusted out just clean it up best you can and slather it with POR-15.
    David Teitelbaum

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    Since no one has asked... How are you sure you need a roof box? Most every car has rusting on or in the roof box, it has to be pretty severe to consider replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Since no one has asked... How are you sure you need a roof box? Most every car has rusting on or in the roof box, it has to be pretty severe to consider replacement.
    +1 on that. If the roof box is separating from the tub, that can be repaired on the car without replacing the box itself
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