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Just got a 70 vert and will be storing it inside, unheated for winter in Pa. Anybody have any recommendations/opinions on what type or brand of cover is best, or what to keep away from? Thanks for your advice.
 

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I bought a super thick, super heavy canvas cover that custom fits my 68 vert. Weighs 25 pounds and is the best protection for dust and door dings. INDOOR USE ONLY.

Can't remember who makes it. PM me and I'll look for the receipt.
 

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The biggest thing to remember is that the cover has got to let the car breathe. You don't want moisture to be trapped inside, otherwise you'll get mold. If it's inside, a light cloth cover should work as you just want to keep dust off of it. Crack your windows a bit to help air circulate and if there's chance you might have mice, make sure you turn your sun visors down so there's nothing for vermin to sit on (they'll chew your headliner).
 

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Put a tray of baking soda in the car to absorb moisture.
 

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Thanks for the tips guys. 68R-know the one you're talking about. Jaeger-great tip about mice and sunvisors....because in the winter, mice like it indoors in maine and nova scotia!
 

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