Car cover needed

Discussion in 'Paint and Body' started by chromebumpers, May 11, 2018.

  1. chromebumpers

    chromebumpers solid fixture here in the forum Staff Member

    Don’t want any custom fitted, nothing fancy or expensive. Just something that works. (Funny thing, I must have several good covers that’s are like new, couple are brand new, but not fit for outside use.

    I have to move a car out of the garage and park it outside for a couple weeks. Last year while washing that car water was noticed inside the trunk area. Not sure if it’s the convertible top or the seal around the inside trunk lid rim. I’ll be replacing that rubber seal this weekend but I can’t take any unnecessary chances.
    Any knowledge on any brands/models?
     
  2. Maniacmechanic1

    Maniacmechanic1 solid fixture here in the forum

    Its Like anything Richard you get what you pay for.
    Cheep car cover is just that.

    Need to spend at least $100.
    $300-500 for a real good car cover.
    The Good outdoor car covers allow moisture to vent through.
    Prevents mold mildew issues.
    Also have eyelet Rings built in for tieing down so the cover does not blow away.
     
  3. T-Test

    T-Test Well-Known Member

    Buy one from Wallworld and then spray with Tent water repellent.
     
  4. Strictly Attitude

    Strictly Attitude solid fixture here in the forum

    The one I got for chevelle has worked well good quality I will look at what model
     
  5. Strictly Attitude

    Strictly Attitude solid fixture here in the forum

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  6. Grumpy

    Grumpy The Grumpy Grease Monkey mechanical engineer. Staff Member

  7. chromebumpers

    chromebumpers solid fixture here in the forum Staff Member

    Thanks John, I just bought one, if they are good I’ll get 2 more. Can’t beat that price and it’s not like it will be on long term or during the winter, just a few weeks and then just for odd needed times.
     
  8. Strictly Attitude

    Strictly Attitude solid fixture here in the forum

    I used mine for winter no rear window in my car right now
     

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