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Ray
Posted 2016-05-20 6:32 PM (#512049)
Subject: Covercraft covers


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Does anyone use a custom fit Covercraft for their 1961 2 dr HT Chrysler Newport/Widsor?. I have talked to a few dealers and looked at websites. They talk about sedans but don't seem to offer options for 2 dr and 4 dr.

If you have one on your 61 2 dr ht, can you comment on fit and possibly post photos?

Thanks,

Ray

 

 

 

 

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Ray
Posted 2016-05-24 12:53 PM (#512303 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: RE: Covercraft covers


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It appears as if my request is too narrow.

 

 

Anyone have a FWLK 2 dr with a Covercraft auto cover?

How does it fit? Photos?

Thanks

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NicksGarage
Posted 2016-05-24 8:48 PM (#512332 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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I'm about ready to order the Noah version for my 300F. Supposed to fit well. Got a "semi-custom" fit cover from another place that was guaranteed to fit but it wasn't long or tall enough to cover the bumpers.
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NicksGarage
Posted 2016-07-18 1:08 AM (#516953 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: RE: Covercraft covers



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I got my cover and after trying two other brands, this one actually fits. It's a bit tight across the mirrors but I got some mirror pockets from them to install when I can.

I made some booties for the fin tips to keep them from tearing the cover, you can see them here - http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61126&...





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StillOutThere
Posted 2016-07-18 2:29 PM (#516997 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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Very happy with multiple CoverCraft covers I have purchased from John Lazenby at Royze in California. John has been selling for CC for several decades. Will discuss your exact car and exact cover needs (multiple cloth types) and has the master index of covers in front of him. John@Royze.com Yes, this is John who has multiple Chrysler 300s and he is my best friend.
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NicksGarage
Posted 2016-07-18 7:20 PM (#517018 - in reply to #516997)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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StillOutThere - 2016-07-18 11:29 AM

Very happy with multiple CoverCraft covers I have purchased from John Lazenby at Royze in California. John has been selling for CC for several decades. Will discuss your exact car and exact cover needs (multiple cloth types) and has the master index of covers in front of him. John@Royze.com Yes, this is John who has multiple Chrysler 300s and he is my best friend.


I should of mentioned that's where I got it from based on your recommendation. Was very easy and it came quickly.
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NicksGarage
Posted 2019-11-12 10:34 AM (#590051 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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John Lazenby retired, anyone have another contact for help with Covercraft covers? I need another one for a wagon but they don't list the right selections for a 1960 Chrysler on their product site.

Nick.

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Powerflite
Posted 2019-11-12 3:03 PM (#590063 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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If you would like to deal with California Car Cover, they likely have what you are looking for. https://www.calcarcover.com/
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NicksGarage
Posted 2019-11-12 6:18 PM (#590071 - in reply to #590063)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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Powerflite - 2019-11-12 12:03 PM

If you would like to deal with California Car Cover, they likely have what you are looking for. https://www.calcarcover.com/


Yes, I found a way to order a car cover for a 1960 Town & Country from them but they don't list them as New Yorker or Windsor. The cars are two different lengths. I sent an inquiry to them to ask if they could confirm the fitting. I know the cover for my 300F is a snug fit and being 4 inches too short would be a problem.
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2019-11-12 8:21 PM (#590075 - in reply to #590071)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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I have several CoverCraft covers - I am a satisfied customer.

They also have an "outlet" store that is fun to shop - right now there is a 1957-1958 Plymouth sedan cover at 40% off.

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StillOutThere
Posted 2019-11-12 10:12 PM (#590084 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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A majority of the QUALITY car covers offered to the car hobby continue to be made by CoverCraft in Oklahoma. No matter whose label ends up on the product. Uhhh, no, Wal Mart covers are not included here! Because Lazenby is a very good friend of mine, I've had a number of these covers. I always ordered "Custom Fit" for the best fit to the car. Only one was a little off and that was for the '60 Crown Imperial limousine by Ghia (they don't get many orders /feedback on those).
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Chilberto
Posted 2019-11-13 8:11 PM (#590105 - in reply to #512049)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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I've gone through 2 CoverCraft covers on my 56 Dodge. They were a great fit, but once they got soaked from a storm or two, the fins tore thru within the first 4 months. Finally gave in and rented a storage garage instead.



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NicksGarage
Posted 2019-11-13 10:21 PM (#590112 - in reply to #590105)
Subject: Re: Covercraft covers



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Chilberto - 2019-11-13 5:11 PM

I've gone through 2 CoverCraft covers on my 56 Dodge. They were a great fit, but once they got soaked from a storm or two, the fins tore thru within the first 4 months. Finally gave in and rented a storage garage instead. :(


See my post about fin covers - http://www.forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61126&...
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