Reviewed By tom p (leakesville, MS) Reviewed for a 1968 Mercury Cougar —4/12/2015 8:51 AM
shipping was fast and the cover fit my 1968 mercury cougar like a glove. just had to put a small slit for original antenna
Reviewed By Don H (Sunnyvale, CA) Reviewed for a 1995 Cadillac Seville —4/10/2015 2:08 PM
I have to park one of my older, but in great shape, cars outside - not in the garage. This cover works almost as well as the garage for keeping the car in good shape in rain, wind, or sun.
Reviewed By Polly M (West Palm Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda S2000 —3/29/2015 5:21 AM
I have had several of these covers made for my Honda S 2000. It works perfectly to filter South Florida sun and protects top and paint from damage. The cover is very light weight and easy to store in the very small trunk when not on the car. I attach extra straps to back and front of the cover to iprevent our strong winds from blowing the cover up. It works perfectly to protect my special fun car.
When you want the best protection for your vehicle, you can’t go wrong with the StormProof or Weathershield car covers. But, before you can choose between the two, take a look to find out which one offers the best protection for your vehicle.
Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Coverking Car Covers or ask our Product Experts.
Coverking and Covercraft are both leading names in the car cover and seat cover industries, so how do you choose between them? Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know before making your next seat cover or car cover purchase.
Your ride needs the best car cover on the market. While other brands boast comprehensive protection, nobody does it like Coverking. Read our helpful article to find the best Coverking car cover for your vehicle.
At the 2012 SEMA Show, Coverking had an impressive booth with detailed product comparisons readily available.
With these simple instructions, you can have your car covered in a matter of minutes.