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Hi,
Looking for a lightweight car cover to mainly keep the dust off in the garage during the winter. All the posts I see are about the outdoor covers. Anyone know of a place to get one of these soft (I believe cotton) covers.

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I got mine from OGTS and I keep mine inside a barn/garage. Car looks great in the spring when I take the cover off.
 

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I checked out Beverly Hills Motoring Accessories, their cheapest indoor cover is about $161.00, thought this was kinda steep, but it is the first one I looked at. Also, my antenna does not go down to the fender. It sits up about 1 foot or so at its lowest point, will this be a problem??
 

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IN DOOR ONLY
Carcovers are designed to go on only IN-Door parked cars.
You can get these "Flannel" Dust covers.

These are super soft. (But must not be put on fresh painted cars
until the paint has cured for at least 90 dyas, longer in cold climates)

These are available at Griot's Garage
http://www.griotsgarage.com
or under their part # 92410 from $185.00 & up

Top Flannel In Dor Potection:
Use this car cover when storing vehicles indoors.
The soft. napped flannel underside is gentle to your cars paint, and its
thickness (over 50% heavier than pollycotton covers) guards against
accidental bumps and scratches. The fabrix is breathable. Available in tan.

Dust Top car cover.

As read in their catalog,
Dennis 73 manta, 73 gt
 
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