Reviewed By Kimball K (PULLMAN, WA) Reviewed for a 1985 Jaguar XJ6 —11/23/2015 7:34 PM
Don't pay more for a car cover this is good enough for indoor use
Reviewed By Michael T (GILBERTS, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —11/20/2015 3:31 PM
This cover would have gotten a 5 star review, but the antenna pocket is slightly off. It doesn't affect the coverage, just pulls it forward a touch. Makes the cover funky looking at the back. The front is flawless, the mirror pockets are fairly accurately placed, but a little big. Overall the antenna pocket looks slightly phallic, and the car looks like it has rabbit ears. These flaws don't affect the usefulness of the cover, which is peerless.
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