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Old August 9th, 2022, 05:47 PM
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Time to replace my Costco "Coverking" car cover. It's starting to show some minor tearing and winter is coming. What types my Lincoln Brethren recommend?
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Does Costco still do a 10 x 20 foot canopy? They'll keep the snow off without touching the car.
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Thanks for the reply. Firstly: a canopy would not be in keeping with the landscape motif at my home. Secondly: The cover also keeps all the other airborne contaminants off, like tree droppings, dust etc. Thirdly: I am happy with the cover thing. Mine is just worn out.
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I've used custom fit car covers for many years to protect a Chrysler convertible, that sits outside in the brutal Florida sun and thunder storms.

The best I had was called NOAH. It lasted 4.5 years.
The Noah cover is light weight and soft, and keeps the temperature inside the car from getting too hot. I replaced it about 9 months ago. The NOAH was not available, so I went with a Ultratect cover.
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