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I am looking for a really good car cover to cover the Bullitt when it is outdoors. Any suggestions?
Anyone want to part with one - a really good one?
 

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CoverKing from Costco

I got this CoverKing one from costco online. It fits like a glove. When I purchased, it was on sale for 109.00 and included the cable and lock. Normally 852 is in a garage but when I travel I wanted something to protect it, especially at a hotel parking lot. In addition to weather I wanted a little more protection from doors and this fits the bill. Not sure how well it would work for everyday outside use as it seems a little light for long term exposure to the elements but it is perfect for what I wanted it for. I am very happy with it.


http://www.costco.com/Common/Search...e=1_en-_-Top_Left_Nav-_-Top_search&lang=en-US
 

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JackDW - 852 said:
I got this CoverKing one from costco online. It fits like a glove. When I purchased, it was on sale for 109.00 and included the cable and lock. Normally 852 is in a garage but when I travel I wanted something to protect it, especially at a hotel parking lot. In addition to weather I wanted a little more protection from doors and this fits the bill. Not sure how well it would work for everyday outside use as it seems a little light for long term exposure to the elements but it is perfect for what I wanted it for. I am very happy with it.


http://www.costco.com/Common/Search...e=1_en-_-Top_Left_Nav-_-Top_search&lang=en-US
Yeah my CoverKing fits great. Keeps the car cool. It says water resistant and breathable. I had a pretty good thundershower the other morning and when I took the cover off it was dry underneath. Its a different style apparently than off the shelf at Costco. Go online. Costco calls it the "Quicksilver Plus". When I called CoverKing they said its the same as their "SilverGuard Plus" description.

http://www.coverking.com/customcarcovers_materials.html
 

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rblack4405 said:
california car cover company

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I have the "Stormweave" and use it when I go to the track. Had it for 4+ years now and am very happy with it.
 

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california car cover company
I ordered one from them. It didn't fit so well and the embroidery was upside down. I am currently working with them for a solution. Its been a very slow process. I spent 400 bucks on my superweave cover from them. When I received it I didn't think it was anything special. Not sure its worth it or not. We'll see how well they treat me in customer service. All I want is a replacement with the correct dimensions and embroidery right side up.
 

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NOAH by Covercraft

You can spend alot for a good car cover but I bought the Noah by Covercraft from AutoAnything.com and it fits my Bullitt like a glove and is highly rated. Great price and fast delivery. Folds neatly to put in trunk and is very light to handle!
http://www.autoanything.com/car-covers/60A1009A0A0A2661056.aspx
 

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NOAH...mine just survived 2 days of hellacious storms here in Florida. Water puddles but does not penetrate the fabric. Bought mine at Cal Car Cover. Here's a link for info on the product (there's also a good video on how simple it is to install):

http://www.block-it.com/
 

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Thanks for all the good input, I am going to cover mine probably in November for the winter months. Just turned 3000 miles yesterday and enjoying every mile. Still been able to keep from driving it in the rain. Dan
 
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