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Started by november2022, October 31, 2022, 08:45:59 PM

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ave a question. I have a 2001 Trans Am that I've had for nearly 20 years. It's in really great shape, but I just noticed that the T-tops may have started to leak. I live in Connecticut, and she's stored outside during the winter, I have no option. So my question is should I get a cover? She'd be absolutely clean before I put on a cover, but I'm wondering what you think, and if I should get one, do you have any recommendations? Thanks for any input.

Sue Benoit


Walmart car covers won't damage the paint.  1 cover is not good enough I use 2. My Trans Am has the high wing rear spoiler and the  second cover fits over the car real good. When it rains the covers on the car get wet and then the covers in the car dry out and the covers keep the heavy water off the car.

Walmart has the best prices on those covers and the auto parts stores prices are higher on those covers The covers keep the hot sun from deteriorating the car. The cover gets deteriorated and not the car. You do have to buy new covers when they get old and beat up but they keeps your car out of the paint and body shop

Patrick Welke
National Firebird and Trans Am Club
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