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Woody79
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2021/08/12 18:16:59 (permalink)

Car Covers Indoor

Hi all,
Just preping ahead and after an indoor cover for 911.
Any advice... classic additions partner here or is the genuine part off Porsche a better bet?
Cheers
Paul

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Masher
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Re: Car Covers Indoor 2021/08/13 07:47:21 (permalink)
In a dry unheated garage i use a classic additions cover and am very happy with it. As I see it, it’s job is purely to keep dust off which it does perfectly well. 

Currently owned;
Porsche 991.1 GTS, Lava Orange, manual and Porsche 997 GTS, white, manual.
Previously owned;
Porsche Cayman R, Peridot, manual, Porsche 964 C2 coupe, Guards Red, manual.
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Re: Car Covers Indoor 2021/09/23 07:42:39 (permalink)
For an indoor cover just preventing dust I find a £20 'medium size car' stretchy job works absolutely fine.

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Re: Car Covers Indoor 2021/09/23 08:22:56 (permalink)
Thanks guys.  Taken a punt on a large stretch cover off Amazon for £40... After all, it's just to keep the dust off and the kids rubbing on the car for no reason.... damn those kids.
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Re: Car Covers Indoor 2021/09/23 08:39:31 (permalink)
A cane should work well for that issue 

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