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    Car Covers

    Sorry, not sure if this belongs here or not, but any one know what options are out there for Car Covers?

    If you can supply a URL, id appreciate it

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    I always buy from
    California Car Caovers

    http://www.calcarcover.com/

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    Thank You

    Should be ordering one this week, if they are not open on saturday for me to just drop in

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    Quote Originally Posted by P Machy
    Thank You

    Should be ordering one this week, if they are not open on saturday for me to just drop in
    Your Welcome

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    is it even worth it? What happens when you drive with dust/dirt on your car, park it, and then toss the cover on. Wouldnt that mess up your clear coat?

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    The cover it self will not hurt the car. I used a cover a ton when I lived in PA on a black stang. I always like to hit the car with the California car duster before I put the cover on. If you have a pile of sand on the car it would not be a good idea to cover the car. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by BurnTire
    If you have a pile of sand on the car it would not be a good idea to cover the car. LOL
    Gee thanks for telling me Jeff! By the way, what is sand..?
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    Sand is like rain in PA. It falls from the sky out here in the dust bowl. If you come out this winter I will be sure to put some on your pillow.
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    Woot! They are open till 4 PM on saturdays!

    Guess I should at least brush my teeth before driving over there. Hopefully I dont go crazy in there

    Car does leave the garage much, but I need a cover since in 2 days after I was the car, it is filthy again with dust, plus it doesnt help me any when the washer/drier discharges right into the garage !

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    Quote Originally Posted by P Machy
    Car does leave the garage much, but I need a cover since in 2 days after I was the car, it is filthy again with dust, plus it doesnt help me any when the washer/drier discharges right into the garage !
    Lint all over the car. Dryer into the garage is a strange setup.

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