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Classic Additions Stretch Indoor car cover on a 993

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Mark Elder
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2019/09/08 11:15:11 (permalink)

Classic Additions Stretch Indoor car cover on a 993

Hi - Have any of you good folks tried these car covers (small size) on your 993s?  Are they a good fit?
 
I say "small size" because the text on the club shop site says "Small - 356/Boxster/Cayman/911-993" - which seems a bit too general to be a good fit.
 
Thanks

Mark Elder
993C4 Manual Coupe, Black/Black, 1996P, 70K of her 97K miles in my hands.
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    Gordon Attar
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    Re: Classic Additions Stretch Indoor car cover on a 993 2019/09/08 18:20:09 (permalink)
    Have you the link.
     
    I've bought  a number of covers from classic additions all good quality.  Go onto there site and input 993 and check the sizes,  all the covers I have had have been a good tight  fit.  Though my 993 covers wont fit a Boxster that's a 996 cover size,  though may fit very early ones!? Which were a bit smaller.
     

    Gordon
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    ex cars 944S2, 964 Targa, 944T, 993 Cab, 993 Targa, 993 C4S, 993TT, 996TT, 997TT, Cayenne Turbo
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    Re: Classic Additions Stretch Indoor car cover on a 993 2019/09/08 20:01:49 (permalink)
    I have for my 993NB a small size ”Soft stretch indoor - black - S”
    from Classic Additions.
     
    Universal type cover so not tailored but fits well and elasticated around the lower edge. Looks good and close fitting when on. 

    Iris Blue 993 C2.
    Polar Silver 993 C2
    Mark Elder
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    Re: Classic Additions Stretch Indoor car cover on a 993 2019/09/09 09:33:11 (permalink)
    Thanks guys.  The link is https://www.porscheclubgb.com/shop/car-care/classic-additions/super-soft-stretch-indoor-cover
    It sounds like the small is the one to go for so I think I'll go ahead and order it.  

    Mark Elder
    993C4 Manual Coupe, Black/Black, 1996P, 70K of her 97K miles in my hands.
    Best drives: CL627 in the Spanish Picos, A82 Loch Lomond to Glencoe
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