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California Car Covers. Very pleased.

And they will make them custom for any aero mods.
 

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I have the factory indoor cover that my car came with. I had the sector 111 cover for my Elise which was probably a little softer than the factory cover but not as heavy.
 

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I have them too and the Sector cover works fine.
 

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I honestly don't recommend using one.

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and why would that be :confused:,nothing wrong with an indoor cover,they keep the dust off the car ,get one with a soft inside covering and they dont scratch either :confused:
lotus indoor car cover ftw
 

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and why would that be :confused:,nothing wrong with an indoor cover,they keep the dust off the car ,get one with a soft inside covering and they dont scratch either :confused:
lotus indoor car cover ftw
If it's indoor why bother?

I prefer to use a good detail spray with anti-static properties and not bother with a car cover, indoor or out. Two of my three toys are black and it really helps as black can look dirty 30 seconds after your wash it.

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If it's indoor why bother?

I prefer to use a good detail spray with anti-static properties and not bother with a car cover, indoor or out. Two of my three toys are black and it really helps as black can look dirty 30 seconds after your wash it.

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because my woodwork shop is next to my garage ,makes your anti static spray worthless,i whip the cover off and im away in 30 secs in the same condition i left it in
plus indoor covers are not just for protection of dust lol :thwack:
 

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Mine will be in a garage but I'm in Texas and am really trying to keep it cooler without air conditioning... so wondered if that's possible
 
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