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Subaru Windshield Covers

Stop the endless job of scraping of snow and ice off your windshield and use Subaru windshield snow shades sold by AutoAnything. A Subaru winter windshield cover slips over your windshield and you simply take it off before you motor away.
We can sell you Subaru windshield washer heaters that heat your washer fluid to 125-136°F before spraying. The AutoAnything 1-year lower price guarantee goes on all snow shades for Subarus. Better yet, shipping our Subaru windshield snow protector is free. So, your Japanese-built vehicle starts faster in the winter and you get one fine deal ordering Subaru winter accessories from AutoAnything.
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Intro-Tech Automotive Windshield Snow Shade

Mixed emotions....

A little pricy, but good quality. I have a pick-up truck so it is a little tough to reach the strap on the opposite side of the truck when installing. It does a good job. View more reviews...
Posted By JOHN V (LOUISVILLE, OH) / December 22, 2020
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Coverking Windshield Frost Shield

My Coverking

Great quality. It does the job no matter if snow or frost. And the price is very reasonable (I would have paid more if required). I highly recommend this product! View more reviews...
Posted By Carl J (BROOMFIELD, CO) / March 6, 2020
2001 Nissan Frontier
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Monday, February 25, 2019

Staff Build: Bryce’s Subaru STI

Bryce’s Story “My wife bought this car before we met, back in 2014. We met at a Subaru meet here in San Diego. Now it’s our project car and has undergone some pretty major upgrades over the past year. All the upgrades have been done by ourselves along with the help from her brother Zack.” […] The post Staff Build: Bryce’s Subaru STI appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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