1979 wagon car cover?

Mighty

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Anyone on here know where I can get a decent car cover for my 79 Malibu wagon? This will be the first Ohio winter in over 20 years that it’ll have to spend quite a bit of time outside. I stopped at advanced earlier today and thought about grabbing a SUV cover but figured I’d ask here first. Thanks for any input.
 

Mighty

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Appreciate the help fellas. I looked around online last night for a bit and the empire ones are pretty reasonably priced so I think I’m going to get one ordered up.
 
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Longroof79

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Appreciate the help fellas. I looked around online last night for a bit and the empire ones are pretty reasonably priced so I think I’m going to get one ordered up.
I think the Empire product is a good choice. I like the fact that they're made to fit your particular vehicle and the type of weather condition it will endure.
I think I should treat my ride as well. it deserves it. ;)
 
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Mighty

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Yep. I’ve always loved this wagon and would like to keep it around as long as possible. Hate it being outside
 

Longroof79

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Yep. I’ve always loved this wagon and would like to keep it around as long as possible. Hate it being outside
Yeah, if you absolutely have to keep it outside, a cover is your next line of defense. A car port would be next and a garage, of course. Any feasible way you can protect your vehicle is a plus.
 

Mighty

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I’ve had it up at my brothers shop for a few years now but he’s swamped with work and my dads 68 coronet is currently taking up the only free spot where there isn’t a rack and it’s torn apart a pretty good ways so……the wagon goes outside for the time being
 

liquidh8

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FWIW I've been using California car covers for decades, the have a outdoor weather version, superweave I believe I have. I have it for my wagon, 32 ford, had it for my el camino also. The el camino lived outside and the cover lasted years in PA winters and rain. The duece is currently ouside in the weather while I work on another car in the shop and is nice and dry
 
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