Longtime readers know that I prefer to keep Project Vapor Trail safe and sound with a Weathershield HP car cover from Covercraft. I dig these lightweight, weather-resistant covers cause they are easy to handle and they keep the Florida rain at bay...
Knowing that Fox 500's T-tops are bound to seep a little, even with all new seals, it seemed a great idea to cover it up the same way. While chatting with the fine folks at Covercraft during the SEMA show, I learned the company can add custom logos to these covers as well.
So what you see here is Fox 500's new cover emblazoned with the 5.0&SF magazine logo! It's pretty sweet, and I feel much better being able to tuck her in safe and sound when I'm not continuing its rectification.
You know you want to protect your ’Stang, so here are some official features of these covers:
• Weatherproof - Fabric sheds water as soon as it hits the cover.
• Superior Dry Time - Because the fabric sheds moisture it has an absorption factor of only 2%, compared with up to 40% for standard woven and non-woven fabrics. That means, if the cover has been sitting out in the rain you only need to shake it and the residue moisture will easily dry, in the trunk or on the car.
• Breathable - Allows any heat or condensation under the cover to easily escape.
• UV Resistant - Special additives prevent UV degradation and protect the vehicles finish and interior.
• Dust-proof - Patented fiber encapsulation process prevents dust from filtering through the fabric.
• Scratch-less - Polymers provide a silky smooth finish to the fabric and provide superior paint protection. Nextec fabric has been tested at 1,000 cycles on abrasion wheels without scratching (surface must be clean and waxed).
• Durable - The encapsulation process is not affected by heat or cold and the process won't degrade over the life of the fabric.
• Easy Care - Unlike non-woven fabrics you can clean most car-size WeatherShield covers in your HOME washer and dryer.
• Packs Small & Light - All this protection in a lightweight package that packs into 1/4 to 1/2 the volume of multi-layer, non-woven fabrics. That's a cover for a Honda Accord he's holding - minimal storage space, but high-performance protection.
Check out more info here.