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Old 28th June 2022, 10:15   #11
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Originally Posted by FLYING BANANA View Post
I had a heavy duty cover with a fleece lining plus it had breathing vents. Ok in the dry but totally useless in the wet as the vents let in the water. Then it was a pain getting the cover dry to put back on the car.
I'm with you on the point of getting the cover dry, especially frosty nights - cover off in the morning but still not defrosted or still wet when the evening temp begins to drop.

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