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Old 09-28-2016, 01:41 PM
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Hello Members,

Can anyone tell me what is the best car cover for my brothers 1964 Thunderbird? It's going to out of the garage for awhile and I want the interior to stay dry. The car has a few interior leaks that need to be fixed. Thank you.

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Patrick
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Old 09-28-2016, 04:42 PM
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On the cover, no. But he should hang two damp-rid closet fresheners in the car, on on each coat hook. They will absorb humidity inside the cabin.
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Thanks Steve.
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Hello Members,

Can anyone tell me what is the best car cover for my brothers 1964 Thunderbird? It's going to out of the garage for awhile and I want the interior to stay dry. The car has a few interior leaks that need to be fixed. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Patrick
I always had good luck with the grey plastic styled ones? But, I seem to be having a hard time finding them locally... I never had good luck with the "cloth" ones that really were just some odd type of paper.

And I was always to cheap to buy the high dollar $600 covers.

If I remember right the size I used was actually the size called for on my 2000 Camaro.

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Thanks Bryan.
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Thanks Bryan.
By the way, I went and looked at the one I have left. It's a silvertech cover.

https://smile.amazon.com/Coverite-10...tech+car+cover

Something like this one for example.
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Thanks Bryan. I'll check it out for fit on a 64 Thunderbird.

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Patrick
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I just ordered one. Thanks Bryan.
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