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2007 Ford Mustang Car Covers

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Soft indoor cover

Reviewed By Kyle K (SOUTH SAINT PAUL, MN) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Mustang —9/24/2014 10:30 AM

This cover is just what I was looking for. I had ordered an indoor/outdoor cover from Roush, and the description said it was soft. It wasn't. I returned that cover and lost money with the restocking fee and order this cover from Auto Anything. Perfect! Just what I was looking for. Very soft cover for indoor use, wont scratch the finish. My car will be wearing this cover all winter. Quality seems to be good and I hope it lasts for years to come.

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Reviewed By Wesley W (KERRVILLE, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Mustang —8/20/2013 12:20 PM

Having already owned 2 other Carcraft covers, it was a nobrainer to replace a worn cover with a Weathershield HP. I already knew what to expect.

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Reviewed By Douglas N (Concord, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Mustang —7/22/2012 8:22 PM

Very easy to put on my Mustang. The fit is perfect. I bought the wind gust devices but I don't see a good place to attach them. I am going to have to get under the car and look. I don't think wind will be a problem. The cover fits snuggly and I really don't think the wind will blow it off. I didn't cut a hole for the antenna. I take the antenna off and then put the cover on. I am satisfied with the cover so far. I feel it is good quality and will last for a long time. When putting the cover on I have found it is best to put the mirrors in first and then pull down the corners. When removing the cover I found it best to release the corners first and then remove the cover from the mirrors. When you do this you will not put too much stress on the cover at the mirrors.

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