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 Christopher B (Bellevue, WA) Reviewed for a 1967 Mercury Cougar —1/22/2012 12:39 PM
I own several of these covers for some of my classic cars that are kept garaged (i.e., as dust covers). They work very well for that purpose. However, there are three things that annoy me: 1. No mirror pockets. 2. No antenna cutout. They give you a kit for making your own antenna hole, but I have had difficulty with making the hole in the right place and getting their grommets to come together. 3. Overall the fit on the car is fine, EXCEPT for the rear end. There is a bunch of excess material in the middle of the rear end that looks lke - you guessed it - a saggy diaper. I have two of these covers and have no undertanding of why there is this extra material that hangs down in the middle about a foot. Since all other contours for the rear end are accurate, I have no idea why this is there. It really looks stupid. There you have it. I knew about these three issues from my first purchase, and still bought it again. So, in my mind it is a very good car cover, and I can live with these annoying, but functionally irrelevant flaws.
Reviewed By Jack C (Mine Hill, NJ) Reviewed for a 1969 Mercury Cougar —1/29/2011 7:58 PM
Overall I am pleased with the cover with the exception of the hole the manufacturer wanted me to make for the antenna. With the grommet provided the hole would have been the size of a quarter. This would have compromised the integrity of the cover allowing moisture to seep in around the antenna. Instead I sent the cover to a tailor who sewed a "button hole" stitch the size of the circumference of the antenna. Perfection!!!!