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Choosing the Right Corvette Car Cover - It's A Cover-Up
Choosing The Right Corvette Car Cover
By Tom Benford, Photography by Tom Benford
January 01, 2009
Silverguard is a 300-denier polyester woven custom car-cover fabric with a unique encapsulative coating. It's well suited for general use, even in very sunny climates, as the silver coating helps to reflect sunlight. The Silverguard offers better sun resistance but slightly less breathability and no soft inner liner. Available with optional licensed GM logos, prices start at about $153.
Coverking Silverguard Silverguard is a 300-denier polyester woven custom car-cover fabri
All Coverking car covers are available with embroidered GM-licensed insignias, such as this crossed-flags insignia on the company's sensual Satin Stretch C6 cover.
All Coverking car covers are available with embroidered GM-licensed insignias, such as thi
GM-licensed Corvette insignias or script can be optionally ordered on any Coverking cover, such as on the rear lettering on this black Stormproof cover.
GM-licensed Corvette insignias or script can be optionally ordered on any Coverking cover,
Coverking Coverbond 4
Because its four layers make the Coverking Coverbond 4 a thick and bulky custom car cover, it's not suggested for users who will be putting it on and taking it off daily. However, the extra bulk helps to guard against minor nicks and dings, and can also help to protect the vehicle even in light hail. Coverbond 4 is suggested for moderate outdoor weather or indoor use, and it's available with licensed GM logos. Prices start at about $190.
Coverking Coverbond 4 Because its four layers make the Coverking Coverbond 4 a thick and
A blue plastic tarp hastily thrown over an indoor cloth car cover to protect this midyear that got unexpectedly caught in the rain caused these light spots (inside the ellipse) on the hood (known as "lacquer blush"), caused by trapped moisture when the paint can't breathe. With some luck, it may be possible to buff out these spots; otherwise repainting will be required. A breathable outdoor water-repellent cover could have avoided this nightmare.
A blue plastic tarp hastily thrown over an indoor cloth car cover to protect this midyear
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