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cooltoys1
Posted 2022-05-01 12:46 AM (#621213)
Subject: car covers



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Hi everybody, i have a 58 Belvedere 4 door, and im looking for a good cover for her. Any vendors come to mind that you have had good luck with? Ive had a difficult time findin the correct size.
Thanks, Jay
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2022-05-01 1:39 PM (#621216 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: RE: car covers



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I usually get my covers through CoverCraft - kind of pricey, but they have custom fits that work well.

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sermey
Posted 2022-09-22 4:31 AM (#624425 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: RE: car covers


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Have a look at this, best I had until now.  - SERGE -

 

Car Protection:

http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=23691&start=76

 



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NicksGarage
Posted 2022-09-26 1:46 AM (#624520 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: Re: car covers



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I've gotten two from Covercraft. First one in 2016 for my 300F and recently one for my 1960 New Yorker wagon. Lots of different versions. I went midway as I only occasionally need to put my cars outside with the cover.



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samstrader
Posted 2022-10-11 6:27 PM (#624850 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: Re: car covers


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I got a $25 Budge cover from Walmart, just for garage use, and it has been real good for me. Fits good, keeps the dust off, and is pretty easy to put on and take off. It's not real fancy but sure works good in my garage.
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CurtisBooker
Posted 2022-10-13 2:26 PM (#624871 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: Re: car covers


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Hello there. No matter what cat you have, you’ll eventually have to choose between coverking and covercraft, lol. Actually, I’ve always had a covercraft cover, and it’s great. I first saw it when I was looking for a waterproof top layer rv cover. So at one moment, I found myself on the covercraft website choosing the best option and adding it to my cart. So, I think you’ll be delighted to choose a covercraft. They last literally forever, man. So, keep us updated on your final choice. Best wishes. https://www.rvcover.ca/

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Bills Auto Works
Posted 2022-10-16 5:28 PM (#624912 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: RE: car covers



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California Car Covers are the BEST in the business! They have multiple options depending on you storage situation! You don't want to have a $99.00 car cover on a car with a $20,000.00 paint job! Just like in my field (transporting) you absolutely get what you pay for!!!!

God Bless
Bill
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mikes2nd
Posted 2022-10-16 5:57 PM (#624913 - in reply to #621213)
Subject: Re: car covers


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The budge gets the job done... esp in the garage...
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