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    Supra car cover

    Iím looking a good cover to keep over my supra in a shed to keep as much dust off it as I can, looking a really good quality one no Halfords covers etc

    Or if anyone knows someone that makes them to suit like the ones that cover the mirror properly and are like a suede inner lining


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    Got mine from Halfords



    Medium size

    https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/...&storeId=10001

    Perfect fit with the trd spoiler


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    Quote Originally Posted by azam View Post
    Got mine from Halfords

    http://www.mkivsupras.co.uk/imports/2018/10/269.jpg

    Medium size

    https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/...&storeId=10001

    Perfect fit with the trd spoiler


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    Indoor i think he wants, i use duvet covers for 9 or 10 years

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    Storm force covers are good I have used mine for the last 18 months with no complaints��

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    If it is relatively dry inside and it's more to keep dust/surface dirt away you honestly cannot go wrong with a few large polyurethane sheets from Homebase. Worked a treat for a few years on my old Supra and new one is safely tucked under a few with dehumidifier on in the garage.

    They're both cheap and very effective. It doesn't scratch the paintwork and takes a split second to cover and remove.

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    I use these on all my indoor stored cars to keep the dust and bird $#@! off for those in the barn. Cotton type feel so really soft but also really very durable and stretch easily to over body parts. The longest I've had one is three years and no rips or tears and I'm sure if I washed them even with the red there probably isn't much colour fade either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaky View Post
    Indoor i think he wants, i use duvet covers for 9 or 10 years
    Duvet cover on mine too, really thin and light so no scratching and it keeps all the dust off.
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    I use Sahara car covers on all my indoor stored cars, tailored fit with mirror pockets. Basically the cheaper indoor version to Marks suggested stormforce cover, made by the same company, depends on your needs really https://www.cover-zone.com/products/...994&trim=Coupe
    Last edited by Brian_C1; 25-10-18 at 20:32.

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    I didn't like my old Sahara one, I found it did leave mini swirls on the paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheefa View Post
    I didn't like my old Sahara one, I found it did leave mini swirls on the paint.

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    Mmm, I haven't noticed this on mine but haven't looked closely and I have Saharas covering a decent amount of expensive metal so I'd best check next time I have some of them off

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    Carcoon or similar is the best way to cover your car
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    Carcoons are very expensive tho if anyone had one forsale I may be interested


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    Amazon have one made by pruff with a five year warranty all weather and 4 straps that go under the car. I have one brought a few weeks ago for 50 pounds on offer from 120. Covers car just leaves exhaust showing at the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    I use these on all my indoor stored cars to keep the dust and bird $#@! off for those in the barn. Cotton type feel so really soft but also really very durable and stretch easily to over body parts. The longest I've had one is three years and no rips or tears and I'm sure if I washed them even with the red there probably isn't much colour fade either.
    I've just bought this as looks great and a good price. Thanks. Will fit when it arrives. My garage is pretty clean so this is only to prevent minor dust.

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    Anymore supra indoor car cover pics to see what one I need to get


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