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Mine is on the way. Will be garaged in a heated/air conditioned building. Want to get the best cover. So many sources and materials to choose from. Any thoughts on which are the best ones. Also, heard Ford has one. Anybody know about it. My dealer has no info. Thanks.
 

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If your car is stored in a humidity/climate controlled garage then you really only need a good, soft dust cover. I buy them at Pep Boys for 35-50 bucks. If you want the Ford GT350 cover, it costs about $375 as an option and I saw it yesterday. It looks cool but my opinion is that it could scratch the clearcoat. It is a vinyl like material.
 

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Of all the car covers Iv'e had the one from factory fits like a glove , looks cool and is easy for 1 person to put on. Things to think of . I don't know why you would want to store a car outside. I'm pretty sure the factory won't scratch your paint, my hasn't
 

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I don't mind the factory cover which I got with the car. It is the same as what came with my Shelby GT500.
California Car Cover makes great covers that are made of cotton flannel. I have one for my classic car and does't scratch the paint . Only good for indoor storage.
Another manufacturer makes a car "bubble". Drive the car into it and turn on the blower--nothing to touch the car

Mike


Car Capsule makes the bubble in different configurations.
 

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If you didn't order the available Shelby cover with the car, they are $395 through the dealer parts dept.
The generic cheap dust covers work just fine.
 

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Nice to have the climate controlled garage in the first place. I agree w the others about soft cotton dust cover type cover...
 

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I have a Covercraft cover that I bought from American Muscle for My 2012 GT/CS it doesn't scratch and fit My 2016 GT 350 very good.
 

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