Coverking Covers Fits the Bill
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.
Reviewed By William W (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 1960 Triumph TR3 —1/22/2015 1:16 PM
I was looking for an indoor cover for my 1960 Triumph TR3. I wanted something that was easy to put on and take off, looked good in my garage by customing fitting and, most importantly, did not leave a spackling of dust on the car when it was removed. So far, this cover seems to fit the bill. It fits my Truimph perfectly and leaves a clean outline of the car. As well, it seems well built and was easy to manipulate. It is heavier than I expected, by nothing over the top. Overall, I would receommend this product.