The German sports car maker is recalling 18,165 911 cabriolets made between Aug. 11, 1993 to Jan. 26, 1998 for roofs that may unexpectedly open when the cars are at high speed. Porsche says it will check the correct fitting of the roof tops and replace the original closing motor with a more powerful one. Only 8,952 of the cars recalled are in the U.S. but it would still suck to be driving along and have the roof fly open.
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