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Custom California Car Cover For 1936 Ford Coupe on

US $225.00

Navarre, Florida, United States

Navarre, Florida, United States
Brand:CALIFORNIA CAR COVER Surface Finish:CLOTH OUTER / SOFT INNER Manufacturer Part Number:1855 CUSTOM Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Other Part Number:MAY FIT OTHER MODELS AND YEARS

I sold the car and was going to use on another
car but don't fit, custom made cloth outer with a
very soft inner liner for keeping that nice paint job
protected, this is a very nice quality cover with eyelets
to keep secured, wont be disappointed with this one.
my car was a 36 Ford but will probably fit other years
and makes of around same size..
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