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Jeep CJ Outdoor Car Covers

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Great!!!

Reviewed By Walter V (Grand Junction, CO) Reviewed for a 1981 Jeep CJ —11/18/2011 7:25 PM

I don't have a garage. I live in Western Colorado. I cover my CJ7 every night. I've used it for about 40 nights since I have new paint. It's held up to 8 rain storms and heavy wind. We'll see what the snow does to it soon. So far so good. It fits perfectly with the mirrow pockets. I wish it had two more sets of gromets to put two more cables on it to secure it better to the vehicle. The cable and lock it comes with is junk. I bought 2 cables and locks on Amazon. I think it's over priced and should only cost around $150 but if it hold up for 3 years and thats a big IF, I'd buy it again.

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Remarkable fit

Reviewed By rainer r (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Veloster —1/27/2015 8:23 PM

The cover fits really well, looks customized. The mirrors line up and the antenna too. Hint, do the mirrors first and fold one if you need to. The material is a bit stiff and hard to fold compactly, but when it's on that makes it look nice.

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Reviewed By Larry R (BALTIMORE, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Porsche Boxster —1/26/2015 11:07 AM

I did a stupid thing last year when I bought my Porsche; I went cheap on the cover. Where I live it snows regularly and I don't have covered parking. My first cover froze to the car in a couple of places. So, with winter again upon us I bought the Coverking StormProof cover. So far, so good. It fits well covering the car, down to the bottom of the wheels. Removing and storing was a breeze. Unless you don't want to store it in the box, there is no need to buy a carrying bag.

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