The past weather has not been kind to my poor convertible top. Yesterday when I put it back up I found this:
The convertible top people I've contacted seem to think that four years is a bit soon for this car to be having this problem, but for a nominal fee ($1800-$2000) they will be glad to install a lifetime warranty top that should fix it right up.
Or I could opt for the $200-300 re-glue job instead, which isn't guaranteed at all but just might buy me a couple more years.
I'm thinking I might explore that option to begin with and see how that works out for me. If I save my nickels and dimes I might have a couple of grand to put down on a new top in another year or so, but right now I'm just not seeing it.
Oh the joys of convertible ownership. You take the good with the bad I guess.