Let me recommend the Technalon covers. I have several on my various cars
and I highly recommend them.
They are water resistant, breathable and thick enough that when the XK was
caught outside in the hail, not a ding was found.
Many companies including VB and Moss carry them. The manufacturer also
sells some imperfect ones for $40! A frien of mine bought an irregular
one, and we spent several beers and hours looking for the flaw; we never
>Dan, I purchased a Tyvek universal fit car cover for my 80B which I
>sometimes leave outside. It works pretty well but sometimes on very windy
>days it will blow off. I usually put 2 covers on my car during a storm.
>> Check out http://www.covercraft.com/carcover.htm
>> I have a cover for both the C/GT and the TR6. The CGT is the cheapest
>> "Spun-Bond" version and it isn't exactly form fitting. The material is a
>> single layer. It came from Vicky British.
>> The one for the TR6 is a multi-layer form-fitted cover of much better
>> quality. I don't remember which of the grades but I think it is the
>> Technalon. I bought it from Moss through Dick Burger of British Parts
>> Connection (http://www.thebpc.com/) and I think it was a second I paid
>> about $90 for (11/96). I wish I knew the particulars as it is a very
>> nice fitted cover. The color is gray and I think all Technalons are tan,
>> however, so I don't know what I got for sure.
>> outside under the cover and it works pretty well. Dust does work its way
>> Bob Allen, Kansas City, 69CGT, 75TR6, 60Elva