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reasonably priced car cover

does anybody know a reasonably priced car cover that's less than $200? I needed to be fitted corners and not just the rope underneath the car.I am heading overseas for a couple years and the car needs to be stored, I have a outside cover however I want a cover underneath it for additional protection. It will not be stored outside.

also second question, anybody know a good transportation company as it has to go to Texas.
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Check websites for California Car Covers, Covercraft and also look on Ebay.

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I like Covercraft. If you're planning to have it covered for an extended time, like you're talking about, I suggest you just give them a call and talk it over with them. Few things can destroy a paint job like the wrong/cheap cover.


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X2 on California Car covers. Perfect fit, various materials available. And yes, few things can ruin a paint job better than an ill fitting car cover, especially if used outside. You are better off with no cover at all if the car is stored outside.
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