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    Fitted All Weather Fleece Car Cover

    Anyone know where I can get one that is made specific for the 2nd gen w/hoop spoiler? I want something I can park outside if needed that will resist weather and also has the fleece/microfiber lining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93STLTH View Post
    Can it handle rain and keep the car dry?

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    Oops! Yeah, it's not all weather. Sorry, I missed that part.

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    Glad you made this thread. I've been meaning to get a cover. My car spends most of it's time in the stable but it gets awfully dusty sometimes.

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    A little late posting, but here is what I know. I've used Covercraft Covers for about 15 years and have tried several different ones. Most fabrics will "not" completely repel water. They will become water soaked in heavy rains. The best experience I've had with a cover are the last two I purchased from Covercraft. They were the Weathershield HP covers. Very light weight but very repellent. ANY car cover will scuff your paint in some areas over time if left on for long periods. I pretty much alleviated this by having all the seams on my Weathershield Cover lined with flannel on the underside. Also, with a Weathershield you need extra hold down grommets in the front and rear. Covercraft does sell "clamp-on" hold downs for the front and rear which you can purchase extra. I think the total cost for my last Weathershield cover with the flannel lined seams and extra hold down grommets installed was about $330.00. Keep in mind that NO car cover will keep your car spotless when stored outside in the elements. However, I've found the Weathershield HP as I have does the best overall job for year round protection. During a rain storm you can see the water bead up and roll right off. You may get some minor leak through at the the seams in heavy rain, but that's about it. I deal with Big Sky Car Covers who is a seller for Covercraft. Great to deal with, and a few bucks cheaper than other distributors.
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    I'm personally a huge fan of Cover King Car Cover, Seat Covers, Dash Cover, Floormats, Sunshields - Manufactured by Coverking

    A bit pricey, but you get what you pay for with them.

    I'm needing to get one for the '99. Going to pick up a red one.

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