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Can anyone recommend a good car cover for the Z? My Z will be parked outside under my carport and I want to keep it as protected as possible. I live 3 blocks from the ocean in a fairly foggy area. I'd like to keep moisture out and prevent it from getting trapped inside as well. Suggestions, comments?

Sorry guys, I tried searching multiple times but I keep getting the folowing error:

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The more expensive covers you get a auto stores are the kind that 'breathe' meaning they let moisture OUT, but not in. Like Gore-Tex fabric. I noticed that just covering the car with a cheaer cover traps the moisture, and that's not good, so I won't use that cover any more, except if it's going to rain for 3 days straight (to keep the water from coming in the windows, doors and hatch.

FWIW

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google classic car cocoon and check out their ad.they claim cover will hold in moisture and cause rust but then they're trying to sell their product.

I hope you meat to say that it will NOT hold in moisture and it WILL prevent rust. Maybe I'm jus not getting it. :)

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the problem with a cover is that the under side of the car is exposed to the elements

Yeah, I thought about that too but there's little I can do about that. Man I wish I could afford to buy a house around here. Not having a garage or a tax write-off is killing me. :mad:

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My Z will have to sit outdoors at times, and I looked at the Tyvek covers but decided on a traditional Technalon (aka Evolution) cover instead. I ordered a custom fitted cover (early Z with small bumpers, one mirror pocket) from MSA. It should be here today, or perhaps early next week at the latest. I'll post a review after I get it.

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google classic car cocoon and check out their ad.they claim cover will hold in moisture and cause rust but then they're trying to sell their product.

should of said- they claim covers will hold in moisture- meaning the compatition, not their product.

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