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Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover #2930143
06/04/21 09:20 PM
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In the past, I have had Covercraft and California Car Cover. We get lots of Sun and during the rainy season lots of that too, plus a chance of hail. So was looking at the old-school thicker cover material to prevent hail and debris damages
The California Cover I have is a Noah and is starting to powder as all the evolution one so and they no longer have that material according to both companies.
And was told that all the thicker materials are out of stock due to Covid shutdowns and may not come back if other choices sell well.
So looked and saw that Coverking has a similar 5 layer material called Mosom Plus. They sent samples of these 2 but are notably thinner than Noah I have now.
I also have a problem with neighbor's tree leaves on car, as well as grass and dirt that gets blown all over with a blower when yard work is done.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVRnFBo8pEo

They also sent a slightly thinner one called Autobody Armour that looks like rain and sun rated better but less thick for dent protection

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=137w4FW_a08

So wanted to ask if anyone bought a cover from Coverking? How did it fit, quality, etc? They stated made-to-order with mirror pockets the same as California and Covercraft.
My wife really liked her California Car Cover in Noah but after 16 years is starting to powder.
It is going on a car kept outside that was shot with base/clear 2 months ago with a good base/clear and color sanded. I keep the car detailed well and the powdering is a no-go.






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Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: 340SIX] #2930191
06/05/21 12:54 AM
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I am also looking at a Moving Blanket car cover for garage use on a classic car.
So you can see why wondering quality and fit on this brand.

Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: 340SIX] #2931200
06/08/21 10:11 AM
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I'm debating between a CoverCraft and Seal Skin right now. I have no direct experience with the Seal Skin, but they come recommended by someone I trust, so that at least puts them on the radar.

Seal Skin Covers


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Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: DynoDave] #2931241
06/08/21 12:39 PM
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I ended up ordering. Covering Autobody Amour custom cover
Site says 4 to 6 weeks but distributer said 2 weeks.
So will post when I get it.

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Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: 340SIX] #2931306
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I purchased a Cover king for my Challenger. Very nice fit, the fit is perfect and the inside is a flannel material,

very nice cover

Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: Kiddart] #2931520
06/09/21 04:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Kiddart
I purchased a Cover king for my Challenger. Very nice fit, the fit is perfect and the inside is a flannel material,

very nice cover

Thanks for the last 40 years of buying covers only used California and Cover Craft.
Glad to hear Coverking is good to go, as the 2 to 4 week wait for it to be made up.
I have a,Covercraft indoor Duststop on the Dart that fits and keeps car damm near 100 percent clean.
But is not thick. So if the one from Coverking is made well think I will get a Moving Blanket for the Dart. Everyone is now so laxed with tge car now is now a laundry folding table for my wife, and other things too at times.

Re: Anyone have a Coverking Car Cover [Re: 340SIX] #2932052
06/10/21 05:06 PM
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I just ordered a Cover King satin stretch indoor cover for my Viper. Glad to hear good news on quality. I ordered on May 28. Hope to see it in a couple weeks.







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