The Car Cover Thread - What You Got?

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FoxMustangLvr

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So, I just ordered another one of these. My daughter stole mine for her CTS-4. :notnice:

So far, so good. She's got a pillar drain leaking so covers hers just about every day. The inside has stayed soft and the outside stayed tough.

Well. good enough that I bought another.
I'm thinking their term "coupe" is not applied to Mustangs the same way we use it. I'd guess their covers are for hatchbacks (technically a 3 door)
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I still have zero complaints about the cover bought in the first post. I'm actually going to hit them up for one for my Suburban since it spends a lot of time parked these days (gets used on the weekends mostly).

The cover's most important job is to keep the bird :poo: off the cars. :notnice:

Oh! One of the plastic "fastex" clips broke. Not because of wind or weather but because I yanked on it thinking it was released. I replaced it with one from an old backpack.
 

Mustang5L5

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I'm still craving a nice, indoor, tight fitted cover with a mustang logo.

I have this one selected, but haven't purchased for obvious reasons

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Just got an 03 mustang and the paint is in such good shape I don't want to be the one to ruin it. Parking at my work is outside and I will park on the street at home so was thinking of covering it. How long does it take to put these on? 3 minutes? 15?
 

LILCBRA

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LILCBRA

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I'll try to remember to take a pic or 2 when I get home from work. It's a cottony type underside. The stripes on the Cobra are weathered, dry, and cracked. Fibers from the cover have stuck to it, but otherwise I've not seen any adverse effects on the paint itself.
 
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LILCBRA

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Dammit!! Forgot to go out and take a pic!! Setting a reminder on my phone now...….
 

LILCBRA

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Here are those pics. I'd say they're good for a year, maybe 2, in the elements. The cover on the Cobra is already starting to become a little brittle. It could be because it's a little cold out too, hard telling.
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