FRANKFURT, Dec 29 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker Porsche is recalling more than 18,000 cabriolet models of its flagship 911 sports car to check the roof mechanism, it said on Wednesday. Porsche said in a statement it was recalling 18,165 of the vehicles built between Aug. 11, 1993 and Jan. 26, 1998 because their soft tops could open unexpectedly at high speeds. The carmaker added that the fault had not caused any accidents or injuries, to its knowledge.
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