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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-25-2018, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a nice outdoor car cover for my 95 impala ss. Let me know if you guys have anything for sale

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Looking for a nice outdoor car cover for my 95 impala ss. Let me know if you guys have anything for sale

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I'll get in touch with my neighbor who is part of a local Buick car club, but he sells car covers close to cost, and has been doing it for 40 years.

I'll report back.

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My Neighbor suggested going to the web site CoverCraft and look for a cover that he would want and then let me know the number, etc and my neighbor would then be able to tell what he could sell it for.

He said that the covers start at $180.00 - 3 year warranty, $250.00 - 4 year warranty

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Weathershield HP. Don't buy anything else.

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Weathershield HP. Don't buy anything else.
What he said ^^^^^^^^^

Spend the money on a really good cover to protect your car!

I purchased the NOAH from CoverCraft many many years ago. Great covers from CoverCraft!
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Looks like I too am in need of an outdoor cover. I just saw that the CCC cover for my '68 Cutlass Supreme has a tear in the top this morning.

I just looked at my order history on CCC's website, and found that this cover only lasted just 2 years, I bought it on 8/19/2016. Dang, I guess it's time to try something new.

Heck I'm in Austin, and it doesn't see snow or any real harsh conditions. That's really surprising to me to see that it went to pot so quickly.

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I just got the price of $216.00.

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Looks like I too am in need of an outdoor cover. I just saw that the CCC cover for my '68 Cutlass Supreme has a tear in the top this morning.

I just looked at my order history on CCC's website, and found that this cover only lasted just 2 years, I bought it on 8/19/2016. Dang, I guess it's time to try something new.

Heck I'm in Austin, and it doesn't see snow or any real harsh conditions. That's really surprising to me to see that it went to pot so quickly.
Covercraft covers come with a 4 year warranty. I had the Weathershield on one of my cars for 2 years and one of the seams split. It also lost a some of it's water repelling ability. They sent me a brand new one. Just put it on yesterday.


I've used the Noah in the past but it really doesn't repel water. So you wind up with a lot of dirt under the cover as it filters through. And it takes forever to dry. It does add protection from dings and dents if that's an issue where you park - because it's so thick.

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