My car leaks standing still with the top up; drips out of the sun visor
mounts and i believe it runs down the windsheild tubes, so my thinking was
that the interior cover would keep out the afternoon Florida rains.; plus
keep the interior from being beat by the sun.
The car sits outside all day with the top and windows up.
The full cover is too bulky to transport.
I don't want to use the tonneau on a daily basis, because i can't go to
work with the top down.
Unfortunately, I am informed that the interior cover won't fit with the top
up; I guess I'll have to check on getting one custom made.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 07, 2002 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: cover craft interior covers
> It was asked:
> I> 'd like to know if anybody has used a covercraft interior cover on
> > not the full cover.
> Just to satisfy my curiosity, what does this do that a tonneau cover
> I can't say as I've ever had reason to complain about "watertightness" of
> tonneau cover. The closest to an exception would be the factory tonneau
> on a Herald/Vitesse convertible, which has no snaps along the doors. They
> still keep even moderate rainfalls out of the interior, but it's a bit of
> trick to drain the cover before folding it back...without soaking the
> interior, or your Reeboks, or.... ;-)
> --Andy Mace
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