1. gtxno1

    gtxno1 Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone it is getting closer to putting the car into hibernation I want to buy a car cover I still work in the garage and make huge messes and dust what is everyone using out there need something breathable thanks
     
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    I have always been very happy with my California Car Covers. Expensive but a paint job is more expensive...
     
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      X500 lol
       
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      • Dibbons

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        Me, too use CCC, the "Noah" model, I'm happy with it: soft, thick, and I believe it will last a long time. I live in a dry, dusty, desert area.
         
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          I just bought a CCC Dustop cover for this winter's storage. Hope it does the trick!
           
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          MarPar If it weighs, it pays FBBO Gold Member

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          x1000 lol
           
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            Indoor only ? Dustop.
             
          • themechanic

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            I use a custom fit Covercraft Dustop cover. It's breathable and best for keeping dust out. Protects against dents and dings, too, if you're like me and in a tight space with a chance of bumping the car or hitting it with something. Covercraft makes the Noah cover, too. I suspect Covercraft makes California Car Covers for them after researching a bit. The materials are made for the car cover companies. They just cut and sew them together.

            Covercraft covers are made in Ardmore, Oklahoma due south of me. Link to your car options https://www.covercraft.com/us/en/shop/1967-plymouth-gtx/

            I bought mine from a third party retailer on Amazon for a savings but you can buy directly from them.
             
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            Anothe one for DUSTOP. I have the Satin Stratch for two other cars, I like those too.
             
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            GetX'd Making Life Great Again!

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            Another CCC Dust top cover. Very soft and breathable. Cost a few bucks but quality is quality.
             
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            Ye Ole' Roadrunner never had a cover until last year. While camping in upstate New York, found a box with a Mopar logo at a garage sale.
            It was a NIB cover for a new Challenger - $25.
            It actually fits really good, and is decent quality. I swear I hear it purring when I put it on.:lol:
             
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              If it is indoor just get a cheap cotton cover and a car jacket. No matter how good the cover is it doesn't keep the dust out from underneath it if you are stirring up a bunch. It also doesn't do anything to address any humidity. The car jacket takes care of both.
              https://www.carbag.com/carjacket/

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              themechanic Oklahoma is OK FBBO Gold Member

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              Interesting.
               
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              I'd throw a good coat of sealant (or two) on before putting on the car cover. And make sure both the paint and the cover are super clean and free of dirt/dust/contamination.
               
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              The "Noah" I recommended above is on a vehicle recently painted.

              However, on my two un-restored A bodies, I use cheap/generic/universal car covers from Autozone. Just noticed today when I removed one of the Autozone covers, the vehicle was nonetheless coated in a fine dust.
               
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