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  • Avantidon
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    Use a Blue Tarp secure it to the car and then cover the entire car with a weather proof breathable car coverfor the duration of required coverage time. If you it in this manner the chances are there will be no leakage or breakdown of the tarp.

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  • 52-fan
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    For a short time you could use sheet plastic, but the sun will cause it to break down. A better idea would probably be one of those blue tarps stretched over the whole roof that you could tie securely under the car.


    1952 Champion Starlight, 1962 Daytona.Searcy,Arkansas
    "I may be lazy, but I'm not shiftless."

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  • ct5philos
    started a topic Best way to cover a missing windshield?

    Best way to cover a missing windshield?

    A newbie question of sorts: what's the best (and thriftiest) way that you've found to cover a missing windshield?

    I just picked up a 62 Lark Daytona project that's been in a storage shed. It's missing a windshield, but otherwise solid and complete, and the car will need to be outdoors for a while. I'm in northern New Mexico, so rain is not a frequent factor, but we do have some rain and snow and strong wind.


    1949 2R5 truck
    1962 GT Hawk
    1950 Champion Starlight (project)
    Santa Fe, NM
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