Originally Posted by Masterofsod
What would you recommend for a Vette that lives outside mainly (other then snowy months) in NJ. I am deciding between the NOAH and the Stormproof. I have heard great things about the NOAH and am leaning there. Is there some kind of soft inside lining for the Stormproof? I want to protect the paint. Thanks. BTW I just got the fat daddys and am excited to install them this weekend!
With car covers, it all about the condition of the car when you put
on the cover...
With an inner liner, if there is dirt or pollen on the car when the cover
goes on, it gets trapped and rubbed on the car, scratching the paint.
They are both good covers, both protect for outdoor use
The Stormproof is very thin and breathable, the material is like
parachute material, light weight with a very dense weave. You can
easily roll it up and take it with you.
The Noah is a thicker cover, the material is like a treated heavy
blanket, it is very good to protect against dings and dents. It would
be a little big to roll up and take with you.
Neither cover has an inner liner...
I have both and both do the job well. If you have a lot of pollen
in your area, I would get the storm proof. If you have a lot of "traffic"
around your car, I would get the Noah.