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Old 06-04-2019, 03:35 PM
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shopping for premium cover 2019 ZR1 low wing.
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Old 06-04-2019, 06:56 PM
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I got one from California car cover. They were very helpful and delivered a great product. I have a low wing convertible and they made a perfect fitting cover and had suggested the best material to not leave fuzzies on the top.
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I bought an indoor satin cover for my 2019 ZR1 convertible with the low wing. It’s from CoverKing. It matches my Sebring orange color.

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Old 06-05-2019, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by YeloZ06 View Post
I bought an indoor satin cover for my 2019 ZR1 convertible with the low wing. It’s from CoverKing. It matches my Sebring orange color.
Is that the Stretch Satin? And which orange color choice is that? Also seems they ask for the option of convertible or coupe but not for low wing?
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I should have mentioned looking for outdoor cover. Is the orange cover outdoor/indoor? I liked to storm proof cover mfg by CoverKing. Interesting they only make that cover for the high wing ZR1. Will check will California Car Cover.
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Old 06-06-2019, 12:31 AM
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Is that the Stretch Satin? And which orange color choice is that? Also seems they ask for the option of convertible or coupe but not for low wing?
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I should have mentioned looking for outdoor cover. Is the orange cover outdoor/indoor? I liked to storm proof cover mfg by CoverKing. Interesting they only make that cover for the high wing ZR1. Will check will California Car Cover.
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It is the satin stretch cover. I had to ask for the low wing convertible cover. They sent me samples of all of the orange colors. I forgot which one I picked but the attached photo of my order should help. If it doesn’t please let me know and I will figure it out for you. It is an indoor cover. I ordered mine from a company that offered a better shipping cost as I live in Hawaii. California Car cover company has great covers as well. I have ordered several from them and have them on two cars.
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When I picked up my car just shy of a year ago I was advised not to put a cover on the car for at least a month. Something about letting the paint breath. Rick Conti said they have had cases with paint getting “cloudy” and it was associated with covering too soon. I bought a premium cover for my C6... I used it the first couple years.. then I figured out it was more hassle than it was worth, but we have extremely clean air up here in the UP of MI.. I decided to pass on a cover for the ZR1.. shes just kept in the garage when not in use. I know this... if you are throwing a cover on a car after just driving it around the block without washing it first, you are doing harm to the paint. Any road dust/dirt will get rubbed into the paint. Just my opinion on the subject.

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Old 06-06-2019, 11:41 AM
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Sorry for the bad photo, I was not planning on sharing it. This is a GM cover it came with my car, used. Not to my taste but different.....


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Wanna sell that cover?

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Sorry for the bad photo, I was not planning on sharing it. This is a GM cover it came with my car, used. Not to my taste but different.....


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