October 30, 2011, 10:18 am
[quote name='mintalkin' timestamp='1319966665' post='150545']
in the old days you could get a framed car cover which kept the cover away from the car but i do not think you can get them now,i knew someone who used a cheap gezebo to keep his car in,looked funny but did the job.
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