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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Noobz347

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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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andrewm2211

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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?
 

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