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Studebaker Avanti Car Covers

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Covercraft Ultratect Car Cover Reviews

Perfect fit on classic old car

Reviewed By T Lynne B (HOMEWOOD, CA) Reviewed for a 1963 Studebaker Avanti —1/13/2014 5:18 PM

Blocking the hot sunlight to keep it cool inside while not blowing at all in the high winds so the finish is not scuffed with the cover, while I need to use the garage for other project now. Easy to put on and roll up on removal and will stow nicely in a relatively compact space considering the size of it, completely covering under the bumpers and wheel covers. Found and installed the antenna grommet.

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Classic Accessories PolyPro Car Cover Reviews

New car cover for an old car.

Reviewed By Kevin B (Fredonia, NY) Reviewed for a 1964 Studebaker Avanti —11/18/2012 8:58 PM

My old cover wore out, and I hoped I could find a better replacement. Did I ever! Living in western NY my classic car lives in a bubble (literally) for 4-5 winter months. The OverDrive PolyPro car cover is perfect for the 7-8 months I actually drive the car. This being a 'generic' cover, not specifically made for a Stude Avanti, I was concerned about fit. I didn't need to be. The design, materials and construction are first rate. This cover couldn't be better!

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Impressions of the Sunbrella Car Cover...

Reviewed By R. Jackson F (Denton, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Cadillac CTS —11/24/2015 8:28 PM

Actually, I like the new Sunbrella Cover. It fits beautifully, & looks great. There are two issues that I discovered. First: The material & cover are quite heavy, making it much more difficult to deploy; however, it is manageable. Second: When it rains, the material has no water resistance coating, so the cover becomes completely saturated, making it vertually impossible to remove. You must just wait for the material to dry on it's own. It does seem to wick away the water fairly quickly!

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