AA Ford Discussion Group relating to the repair and restoration of your AA Ford.
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- Posts: 364
- Joined: August 11th, 2013, 4:25 pm
- Body Type: 82-A Platform
- Model Year: 1928
- Location: Hamilton, Mich.
cheapest is a tarp. But what ever you get be sure it "breaths". You don't want condensation to build up and rust and rot every thing. I did that with an antique garden tractor and ruined just about everything. Make a 'tent' over it. sort of.. I don't know of any on the market.
Dec. '28 AA
Dec. '28 AA
- Still drivin' it
- Posts: 9
- Joined: November 10th, 2016, 12:59 pm
- Body Type: Closed cab AA
- Model Year: 1929
- Location: NJ
I started a thread Nov 11, 2016 on this. CarCover USA will make a custom one for you. I think you can search my posts for more info. Hope it helps. California Car Cover sucks.
- Chris Haynes
- Posts: 1905
- Joined: September 7th, 2003, 5:18 pm
- Body Type: 82A
- Model Year: 1930
- Location: North Hills, CA/ Pine Grove, CA
I have a waterproof cover from California Car Cover that I use everyday outside. It works very well.
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