Best car top cover for frost

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  1. yottie

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    Are they much different, need one for Vaux Adam.
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    I don't bother personally but I wouldn't want it to flap about as it would cause scratching.
    A classic enthusiast person I know gets them made to fit - costs him around £250 I think.
    John :)
     
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    Trouble I found with those frost covers are they are great on the first day you use them and then the frost thaws during the day and you have a soaking wet cover to fit on it that evening which will freeze it onto the car overnight. Okay if you can take it off and lay it in your garage overnight but then if you had a garage you wouldn't need a frost cover...
     
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    How very true, been there & got the T shirt(s) :rolleyes:
     
  6. Just drive off with it on. Twill dry off in no time. (y)
     
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