Porsche AG is recalling more than 18,000 911 Cabriolet models built between Aug. 11, 1993, and Jan. 26, 1998, due to a potential problem with the roof-operating mechanism. The auto maker says a defect could cause the soft tops to open unexpectedly at high speeds. There have been no reports of injuries or accidents as a result of the problem, Porsche says.

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