Anyone have a recommendation for the best affordable indoor cover to put over my 1926 Touring T inside my garage that will not break the bank?
California Car Cover's "Dustop" model.
I bought one of the polyester/cotton covers from Lang's and it fits like a glove. Excellent quality. It was drop shipped from one of the main car cover companies but I can't recall which.
Muslin and and a sewing machine:
Erik- Looks like you missed your calling. Nice work!
By the way, i find that the cars still get dusty even under a cover but not in all the hard to clean places as if it was not covered. The real benefit is the protection you get while you're walking by with a screwdriver in your hand and bump into it.
Pays for itself with one dummy move.
Blue Harbor freight tarp.
Mix and match.
I am afraid if I put a cover over the Roadster it will provide a shelter for the mice in my garage , especially in the winter
I do not think they are that picky.
I must confess that my mother sewed the cover for my dad's touring.
Old bed sheets! I hold them in place with clothes pins on the fender lips. That is, when I DO cover them. Half the time I don't. Dusting off the cars once a week gives me something to do. One car sits in it's heated trailer all winter so doesn't get dusty anyway.
California car cover i bought many happy and fits well
Military surplus parachute from eBay. Some vendors are way cheaper than others. Look before you leap.
The last one I bought was from Langs. It's a good one. I quit buying them from California Car Cover, because they got too expensive.