Thank you Adrian,Whitact wrote: ↑Wed Mar 23, 2022 9:41 amHi Peter,
With the roof up and the windows closed I did not notice a problem. I think the air vents on the later cars maintain a positive cabin pressure in those conditions. Nor did I notice a problem with the roof down, but I have an air screen behind the seats. However with the roof up and either window even partly open there was alway an unpleasant smell. I agree with Colin that the boot seal also needs to be carefull adjusted and checked.
I also have a wind deflector fitted, which is very effective but I actually find the fumes are worse when it is raised, I assumed because they were being trapped in the slower moving air. With the deflector down there is so much air buffeting that I think the fumes are diluted. It's going to be a process of elimination, although I find it strange that not every OTS suffers, as you would think they all equally badly sealed, even complete body restorations like mine!